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  • They don't need to scrape Lemmy. They just need a federated instance and then they have literally everything you post delivered to them as part of the way Lemmy is designed.

    Please understand literally nothing on Lemmy is private.

  • Maybe those 20 seconds were because of the lack of getting raises?
  • They might be cheaper, but then you have to either have a cable coming in the door of the freezer, or drill a hole in your $10k freezer's wall.

    In my country you'd definitely need to have video footage to accuse someone of abusing aerosols at work, but yes in some less civilised places a general pattern might be enough to accuse someone and hope they weren't just going in there to do their job.

  • Maybe those 20 seconds were because of the lack of getting raises?
  • These people are presumably paid to go into the freezer. If they weren't going into the freezer that would be a problem. It's going into the freezer and doing whip-its is the problem.

    I was going to say then that you'd need to prove the person was actually doing whip-its and not their job, but I'm guessing this is America and it's not actually required to have a reason to euthanise underperforming employees.

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