The sum of those Comcast actions is pretty impressive. They can discriminate among programmers on their cable networks, expand their market of those networks to millions more people, and can charge Internet commerce companies for direct access to their newly enlarged service territory.
La tabla dice que Santa Fe venció seis veces, igualó dos encuentros y perdió en dos ocasiones, que fueron los famosos clásicos. ¿Eso es una mala campaña? ¿Esos resultados son como para hablar de crisis? Dejémonos de idioteces.
Public transit has a mandate to be accessible for every rider, and the same thing goes for public transit ticketing. Any fare system upgrade that discriminates against certain rider populations — those who don’t have smartphones or aren’t comfortable using the Internet, for instance — isn’t an upgrade for all. So the numerous advantages of mobile ticketing notwithstanding, such a system can’t replace traditional forms of fare collection overnight.
Once our homes, cities and bodies are connected, hackers will be able to do a lot more than steal our financial data and shut down our online identities—they’ll have the power to reach through cyberspace and hack our physical world.