Factualities for December 19, 2018

December 19, 2018

Real data are hard to come by. We have selected a handful of thrilling items of information which underscore the level of analytic excellence reported today.

One. The number of delivery robots which burst into flames on the
UC Berkeley campus. Source: Business Insider

60 billion. Number of chickens killed each year for food. Source: Metro

50 percent. Of the top 10 top apps in the Apple Apps Store, half are from China.
Source: Sensortower

$4.6 billion write off. Source: Bloomberg

100. Number of people Google has working on its Chinese search engine which is not really a thing yet. Source: Recode

$7532. Amount Google fined for its failure to comply with Russian law pertaining to search. Source Inquirer

168. Number of mules used to move counterfeit currency from Point A to Point B in Europe. Note: These are humans, not four legged beasties. Security Week

58 million. Number of videos YouTube removed for violating “community guidelines” in the last 12 weeks. 2018. Source: The Hill

Stephen E Arnold, December 18, 2018

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One Response to “Factualities for December 19, 2018”

  1. Hilario Chambers on December 21st, 2018 4:28 am

    So, please use only these approaches where a mutual gain is staying had ie a win-win. So not only is your
    Betta not getting proper nutrition the uneaten flakes were degrading tank conditions.

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