Wednesday, 6 August 2014


Moody's Microblog Daily Digest 140805 - yesterday's tweets as a single Web page #MMDD

lowRISC is producing fully open hardware systems - "We are currently hiring." #openhardware #nsa #gchq

it would be entertaining watching politicians prove time & again that they are clueless when it comes to technology, were it not so serious

UK Police Takes Down Proxy Service Over Piracy Concerns - this is a terrible precedent

"This video of a bear walking upright through a neighborhood is downright creepy" - yes, it is a bit....

Welcome to Eponia, Europe's New Rogue State? - shouldn't there be a law against it? #UPC #patents #EU

Britain's first armed police on routine patrol - … well, you can stop that right now (v @edyong209)#notwanted

Beyond #OpenStandards and #OpenAccess - how should we build on recent big wins to push openness further?

5,000 Chinese workers expected for Kenyan rail project - so more elephants will be slaughtered now? (V @whiteafrican)

.@EMA_News wants to censor independent analysis of side effect data - more disgraceful by the day (v @bengoldacre)

#CETA Handelsabkommen mit Kanada: Regierung will Bundestag abstimmen lassen - so, how will that work out? anyone?

EU chief scientist should be "not transparent” & "immune from public scrutiny" - that's how science works, right?

important: DRIP : The Commission acknowledges Access’ complaint - #DRIP under attack from many sides

German plant breeders challenge EU Nagoya Reg - allege threatens biodiversity - standing upu for open source seeds

Code for Germany launched! - ausgezeichnet... #openknowledge

#TTIP Updates - The Glyn Moody blogs - now includes Update XXXIV: have you read them all? no, thought not.  #TAFTA

AU Attorney General Says Metadata Collection Won't Track Your Web Surfing, Just The Web Addresses You Visit (Huh?) -

Ebola doc's condition downgraded to 'idiotic' - er, wow; that is all.  (v @snlester)

Tektronix Uses DMCA Notice To Try To Stop Oscilliscope Hacking - shameful bullying thanks to copyright

Police Arrest Operator of Torrent Site Proxies - UK police acting as copyright industry's private police...

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