There is no longer even a mention of the X-UIDH opt out there. The last time I looked, it listed the toll-free opt-out number (that requires a password to use) and a link to sign up for Verizon Selects (which uses the X-UIDH).
The Rogers Family coffee roasters are already being targeted by Keurig's lawyers because they sell their own biodegradable OneCup that works fine in Keurig machines. That's why Rogers developed the Freedom Clip in the first place.
Since Techdirt published this story, there's been a change of administrations in NYC. Has anyone tried to ask the same questions of the same offices there more recently? Seems like De Blasio wouldn't mind recovering some unearned subsidies.
doing the chlorinating. Chickens end up retaining not-tasty waterwater from the baths, and the chlorine doesn't kill all the salmonella, which means that previously uncontaminated chicken routinely becomes contaminated when it hits the water. That's why I only buy air-chilled chicken. Not only does it taste better because it hasn't been soaked in chlorinated water, studies of supermarket chicken have typically found zero salmonella on air-chilled chicken, while finding universal salmonella contamination to one degree or another on water-chilled chicken.
Anyone who has been paying attention knows that the NSA and all the other three-letter agencies have since the Reagan administration been little more than vacuum hoses designed to siphon money out of taxpayers' pockets into the bank accounts of the connected ultra-wealthy who own the contracting companies. All this money being spent on surveillance isn't about security at all. That's just the lie told to justify it to outsiders. Screwups like this just mean more money for the contractors that fix them, usually the same ones who screwed up in the first place.