9:09 am, February 28, 2015

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  • Cutting spending?
    contrarian
    That's a heckuva spin on a price dispute. But reality is that privacy protections have not kept up with identity thieves. Reality is that those with unique names are at a huge disadvantage in the public realm, because Google is too good. Those with common names can blend in, and that's not fair to those unique named people. Who knew 30 years ago? Back then you only had to worry if Junior would go bad and steal your checkbook to finance beer. The hypocrisy detector is on full red alert when the media claims that our salaries should be public information and JoAnn is a hero for writing her post, which I hope to see many more of her thoughts here.
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  • Disclosure
    Moderate
    I have no problems with disclosures on a need to know basis. For example, an auditor should not be involved in a project on a company he (she) owns stock in. Management needs to know the relevant assets the auditor has. However, John Q Public does not need to know this information because it is not relevant to those people.
    worker
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  • Old joke same Congress
    deployed decoy
    Man to Woman: will you sleep with me for $1,000,000.00. A: Yes. Next Q: How about for $30. A: what do you think I am. Next statement: We have established that, just worken on the US government employee price. My take is every member of Congress would do anything for $1,000,000 in political contributions, anything. I bet even get a tattoo of their political rival, or put the kids schools with the bus route information on facebook.
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