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Yum! Brands plan for fully digital transactions at restaurants (www.wlky.com)

Louisville-based Yum! Brands is planning to go fully digital at its fast food restaurants.

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john
john
9 months ago

They really want to loose customers

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
9 months ago

If nothing else it alienates the poor from accessing a source of affordable food, since many impoverished people don’t have phones or bank accounts.

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
9 months ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

Who doesn’t have a phone? You can get an old but quality refurbed iPhone for $100-$300. There are plenty of crappy android ones for a hundred bucks too.

rick
rick
9 months ago

California apparently moved to legalize cryptocurrency. I’m seeing it clearer, crypto was meant to soften the herd to an all digital currency. It is an intelligence operation for sure.

I sometimes wonder if the rampant crime in California is to slowly warm people up to a “minority report” style ecosystem. All digital, all surveiled, all tracked. The LAPD is alrwady using Palantir’s Gotham system to track crime, a sort of “pre-crime” analytics software.