Sunday, 23 March 2014


Moody's Microblog Daily Digest 140321 - … yesterday's tweets as a single Web page #MMDD

#AU people: The Trojan Horse in Our Secretive Trade Agreements - important chance to submit comments on #TPP

The Day the Turkish Government Banned Itself From #Twitter - probably the best intro to what's going on in #turkey

Exile: Sarah Harrison On Paying The Price For Helping Edward Snowden - the reality of UK's insane "terrorism" laws

To Catch A Meaningless Leaker, MS Made It Clear It Has No Concern For Your Privacy - "wipe out any possible trust"

Obama meets tech giants to discuss concerns over NSA surveillance - including *palantir" does not inspire confidence

Targeting Huawei: NSA Spied on Chinese Gov. & Networking Firm - "so much data that we don't know what to do with it"

Apple and Google’s wage-fixing cartel involved dozens more companies, over one million employees - naughty if true...

Rio Tinto chief urges carbon capture progress despite funding halt - we need a "climate criminal court" for this...

also: which sick lobbyist came with the twisted idea of “energy poverty” to push for wider coal use? -

America's nine most wasteful fisheries named - shame on them and on US govt. for not dealing with this huge problem

The climate change deniers have won - depressing; but I ain't giving up yet...

A Look Back In @Techdirt History - lest we forget...

Tuition fees: Tory adviser says gov. got its maths wrong - hilarious: tories bitten by their own economic policies

Herald on Sunday editorial: Openness, not shock and awe - intriguing analysis (v @KimDotcom)#NZ

#ODF vs. OOXML: War of the Words Chapter 3 – What a Difference a Decade Can Make - #openstandards #microsoft

Journal pulls paper due to “legal context” created by climate contrarians - pathetic pusillanimity before #denialists

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