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by PhilMils  May 07, 2015

Because the people who collect the info sell it to other companies who use it for targeted marketing and other purposes. They can collect far more than just that you visited this one site. They can (and often do) combine it with data about you from other sites that provides an even better picture of your life. If you don't care about your online privacy, that's up to you. Others do care about their online privacy, but often don't know when it is being violated or what to do about it.

by BarbieLoveJax  May 05, 2015

I'd be glad to discuss this in messages. In short, yes I have studied it and discuss it frequently. My partner has a PhD in Geotechnical Engineering. I've worked on sick building, toxic mold, ground contamination and other environmental litigation issues for over 15 years. Along with ground contamination comes strict liability. Translated: if you purchase land that is contaminated the government can sue you to clean it up. Even if the prior owner failed to disclose and you had no part in the contamination, under strict liability you are fully responsible.

by BarbieLoveJax  May 05, 2015

In response to your comment, any time you put chemicals in the ground --- they absorb and spread out. Safety needs to come first and harmful chemicals shouldn't be dumped. They need to determine the exact source of contamination and clean it. Ground contamination is one reason it is so difficult to develop on former military bases. However, there are many successful Brownfield projects.

by fieldt  Apr 30, 2015

You are exactly right. It matches the reader demographic. Hence the biases that are reflected.

by GRANDMAB5  Apr 11, 2015

u r right, they r inching closer but still under 3.00 and I love it.......have a good week.

by Oldzin  Apr 07, 2015

And I know it comes from flying ... my wife's youngest brother was one of those "bold" pilots, RIP.

by Oldzin  Apr 07, 2015

Well, from what I can see of how people drive the freeways here in Southern California it looks like it applies to drivers also.

by tee52  Apr 01, 2015

lol your so childish

by tee52  Mar 30, 2015

why don't u get a life,because its obvious u don't have one, ur BS u keep leaving says it all,

by tee52  Mar 24, 2015

why do you keep leaving BS in my box ? do you think your high and mighty better then all the rest, don't correct me, and don't worry about it, because I'm not,

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