Monday, 18 May 2015


Moody's Microblog Daily Digest 150517 -  yesterday's tweets as a single page

Police warn big budget cuts will lead to 'paramilitary' force - which is, of course, precisely what the UK gov wants

another reason why expanding surveillance is wrong and counterproductive - more Bobbies on the beat, not on the bits

Google Maps is convinced that @glynmoody is in the National Library of France; where does it think you are...? (v @Asher_Wolf)#maraudersmap

Navy whistleblower on the run after exposing alleged #Trident safety failings - shooting the messenger, as usual

South Korea's New Law Mandates Installation Of Government-Approved Spyware On Teens' Smartphones - crazy stuff

Goodbye and Thanks - Highlights from 1400 posts on the Open Enterprise blog, which has now come to an end.

Civil society groups form "Better Regulation" watchdog to protect citizen, worker & consumer rights - sadly necessary

Appeals court slashes down Apple’s $930M win against Samsung - colossal waste of effort

While Other Countries Debate Copyright Terms, Canada Just Takes Record Labels' Word That It Needs To Increase -

Complaint to Secretary-General on Commission's industry-dominated fracking group - how much does EC want to be hated?

Oxford University rules out investing in coal and tar sands - it's a start... #divestment

Tired Of Losing Legal Challenges To Its Surveillance, UK Gov. Secretly Changes Law So It Can Win - hardly cricket

Appeals Court Gets It Right Second Time: Actress Had No Copyright Interest In 'Innocence Of Muslims' - that's good

Warren disputes Obama’s promises on trade deal - the battle continues #TPA #TPP

US Officials Leak Info About ISIS Raid More Sensitive Than Anything Snowden Ever Leaked - indeed

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