Well, one consequence of this might be that only larger manufacturers survive. The new robots are increasingly general purpose and an army of those could quickly switch tasks based on current needs.
This is even worse in languages that have truthy values (i.e. I suppose all of the ternary operator -supporting ones).
The company appears to be a shell registered in Cyprus . The address on an older SSL certificate  matches the one in the registry.
 https://efiling.drcor.mcit.gov.cy/DrcorPublic/SearchForm.asp... (search for "flight", 2nd page. Can't link to it directly, apparently)
- A is bad for you.
- B contains A, X, & Y.
- X & Y are good for you.
Also, "Would you like to amend your original statement?" is kind of a cringey argumentation device.
This is absolutely not true. Just because most of the house owners pay rent to the land owner, doesn't mean that you can't buy houses with land or just the land itself.
What happens if the things people want today are 70 percent labor and 20 years from now just 40 percent labor.
Sorry, I'm just a little confused.
I also believe that in the age of Steam specials, refunds, etc, people who pirate your game are not "lost sales". They are usually doing it because their appetite for games outstrips their budget, and they were highly unlikely to pay for it in the first place. But there is a significant chance may convert to a paying customer, or at least market the game by word of mouth.
The only mistake they're admitting to is that their malware ran on all installations, when they meant for it to only run on pirates computers. Or that they got caught doing it.
There's no recognition that collecting this data from [innocent until proven guilty] "pirates" was wrong. There's no confession of what they did with the data they collected, but I can only imagine it amounts to a serious infringement of global Computer Misuse Acts.
Just because you think somebody didn't pay for your software doesn't give you carte blanche to anything on their computer. Again, that is almost certainly a criminal offence.
For my part, it was not a lack of money, but rather ease of getting the game (when I was directly given an ISO) or because I don't want to wait for a sale, but the game still seems too expensive. I ended up buying two of them (KotOR on a sale and transistor full-price). But now I have a big enough library and I have less time to play, so it's not as appealing as before (and I also have more to lose on my computer).
So the minimum wage worker as 70% less buying power than me: making it fair that I contribute more. We look at taxes of our salary like "you can't take 30% of my pay! I work hard!" instead of "I'm going to make a contribution to the society I live in by a fair percentage". If we saw our tax bills and payslips this way, and talked about it to our kids and in the media like this, we'd all feel a lot kinder towards what we would consider as giving.
Maybe technology will allow future transparent societies to be governed with full transparency and this will come to pass.
* (This presumes a fair society without corruption, which I'm aware many of us do not live in)
Hopefully they can. We need to make it clear that 'just following orders' is no excuse for criminal behaviour.
The problem is that the recent examples of games not being cracked on release (like the latest Tomb Raider) does not fit with your reasoning, since they did not have sales number above the norm.
What you are thinking is very sharp and you will not be able to deny it at least from a fair standpoint.
However, while I write golang, I also love ruby.
Will it be the right place for the right person?
Last, I love the attitude to respect diversity.
1) Freelancers have to pay their healthcare themselves.
2) Most jobs created are forced freelance contracts i.e. even if you work at an accounting company they will try and put you on a freelance contract.
My personal belief is that while globalization is still growing we will not see the underlying changes until it' too late. That's why I think all governments should assume that most of their population will be without a job sooner or later and plan accordingly.
Even if my PS4 was online it still only has gaming related data on it.