Saturday, 7 June 2014


Moody's Microblog Daily Digest 140605 - yesterday's tweets as a single Web page #MMDD

Vodafone reveals secret wires that allow state surveillance - "Direct-access systems do not require warrants" #gchq

Labor rejects tobacco industry claim of plain packaging policy failure - raw data “commercially sensitive” =secret

great letter from @GlenisWillmott to head of EMA about latter's betrayal on open #clinicaltrials data [pdf] -

#TAFTA/#TTIP: detailed Appraisal of European Commission’s Impact Assessment - important: I aim to write on it soon

Help @labour Get Its Digital Policy Right This Time - if you can forgive them for the Digital Economy Act...

Guardian Installed SecureDrop Outside The UK, Due To Legal Threats - be crazy not to... #gchq

Chemical exposure a bigger threat than climate change - not sure I agree, but important in context of #TTIP

First major #tarsands oil shipment arrives in Europe amid protests - we must stop dirty fuel backtracking in EP

Patent troll on the verge of winning 1 percent of iPhone revenue - live by the sword, die by the sword #apple

.@VodafoneUK Reveals Government Agencies Have Direct Access To Its Network Around The World, No Warrants Required -

Why King George III Can Encrypt - really good: suggests using the wrong metaphors for encryption is a barrier to use

Kein Asyl für #Snowden, wenn es nach NRW geht: Grüne stimmen gegen Piraten-Antrag - huh? what's going on here?

EU court ruling to prompt consumer damages claims against cartels - interesting

Man tipped to be UK's next EU commissioner says he's Eurosceptic - oh no, not this idiot

EU proposal scraps mandatory 'dirty' label for #tarsands - outrageous kowtowing to lobbying - we must fight it

Chrome Is Now More Popular Than Internet Explorer - how things change...

Mit #TTIP droht eine neue Dimension der Privatisierung öffentlicher Güter und Dienstleistungen - (v @andrea_licata)

#Xanadu released after 54 years of development - we're lucky: it would have been a disaster thanks to #transclusion

MT @BBCWorldTonight @VodafoneGroup reveals huge government surveillance of phone calls, a good decision? >> only supine BBC could ask that

Deutsche Telekom to follow Vodafone in revealing #surveillance - well done @VodafoneUK for starting this... #

No comments:

Post a Comment