via Graeme McLean, PhD - Lecturer in Marketing, University of Strathclyde, ensconced - if you will - in astonishingly beautiful Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom comes a superb posting at The Conversation, shining a rather bright light on what I beleive to be the computaitonal equivalent of price fixing. In this case the apparent cooperation between and betwixt internet-coupled algorythmic constructs managing price maipulations on retailer sites. Read it and weep for fair pricing (unless, of course, the US FTC wakes from it's reverie and effectively investigates the issue under scrutiny). H/T
via Electrek, and originally published by The Hill - written by Miranda Green, comes this astonishing news of thrid-world-sounding-bu-not-likely (in reality, a so-called Cold War era legislative package permitting nationalization under the guise of national security) energy producing and utility provider company nationalization efforts as contemplated by the current Administration.