The beach was now cluttered with black plastic bins sporting flaming winged letter K logos.
By the time Veronic caught up, Ned had opened a good ten of the nearly 100 containers. “Seriously?! It’s all pizza. Why do they do this? Why not something we need like, socks, water, or seeds? Henry said there had been reports of binge drops like this. She thinks nobody is in control of Karma, that the delivery service is just on auto. Others say they are fattening us up or think it is poisoned.”
Veronica opened one of the warmed boxes “A COMBO!” She made a purring sound and began stacking the bins.
Ned rolled his eyes and began walking barefoot with his knife back to the tent, stroking his unkept graying beard.
The sun broke through the clouds and shone through Veronica’s blowing long brown hair turning it red. She giggled, delighted with the surplus.
She called after Ned “We can trade these!”
"Nobody wants them, Ronnie." Ned replied with contempt from the tent.
Veronica pouted and enjoyed the warm sunshine.
Ned began collecting wood and preparing potatoes.
A man stooped in the underbrush undetected, watching them.
It appears that Facebook stole Paper's name without apology, and stole Flipboard's concept. There is no excuse for this kind of failure to comply with the law. Clearly as a multinational corporation they think they are above it.
These kind of actions will quickly lead to the abandonment of Facebook’s software by this user and many other conscientious users.
Sadly public opinion, not the law, is the best immediate protection for Paper53, so please reblog this.