I think it's a good idea to use only women in surveillance. They are a lot less creepy than men, and are generally less intrusive. As a lifelong man, I can say that most of my fellow men have a creepy/stalky tendency deep down, and will drill holes to watch fat ladies go to the bathroom.
What's the last time you heard of a female getting busted for drilling a hole in a bathroom wall in order to snoop?
Goddamn right they do. Because it's the consumer that is paying the bill. Not the corporation, not the GMO lobbyists, not even the farmers.
The one who pays the bill gets to find out what they're paying for. And the unwillingness to disclose the provenance of their products is what's giving the GMO industry a bad name.
One wonders why they don't just take all the money that they use to lobby congress and fight labeling laws and just use it on marketing their products' supposed wonderful properties. When you hide something, it makes people suspicious, and make no mistake: consumers are suspicious about GMOs and have a right to be.
Or maybe you just oppose GMOs because you don't believe in the patenting of basic foodstuffs.
If I was worried about food safety, I would have eaten that burrito today from a street vendor with prison tattoos.
There are a lot of reasons, political, economic, and simple consumer preference to not want to purchase GMO foods. And one might be simple contrariness. When an industry is willing to spend billions to make sure you never find out how their products are made, consumers can tell those companies to go to hell.
Because ultimately, the consumer is paying the bill for all the research, all the marketing and all the lobbying around GMOs. And the one who pays gets to decide.
Remember, this is Ubisoft, so Uplay is installed. Plus, in many cases Steam. The update was a DAY ONE download. This means it came down immediately after the game was installed, so saying that the user couldn't connect to the internet for some reason doesn't really work. And if the user couldn't get to the internet for the update, how did they get to the forum?
If a company makes a forum, do you believe they have an obligation to help people who have not paid for the game?
"There's lots of information law enforcement would like to have, and even may legally have the right to have, but which they cannot have. And that's been true throughout history, and law enforcement has survived and crimes have been stopped and criminals caught and prosecuted."
Best, truest thing I've read on the internet today.