Friday, 24 November 2017


Moody’s Microblog Daily Digest 171123 - yesterday’s tweets as a single page

“South Korea’s most popular search engine, Naver, has blocked results for searches for the [sex] store’s name” - #SouthKorea

Uma Thurman breaks Harvey Weinstein silence, saying #metoo - still very cross, and doubtless with good cause

“Northern Ireland politicians who backed #Brexit made an “historic mistake” that contributed to the crisis at Stormont” -

Reverse the decision to exclude animal sentience from the EU withdrawal bill - why do this unless they want to lower animal welfare?

Environment Secretary confirms sentience of animals will continue to be recognised and protections strengthened when we leave the EU - we’ll see after US FTA…

.@rgibli addressed failure of current copyright models to work in the interests of authors, & offers a new formulation which would place authors’ interests at the centre of copyright discourse -

“there is no historical precedent for renegotiating such a wide range of agreements in the short timespan available” - it’s simply impossible #brexit

amsterdam popular with “non-European companies looking to set up a European bridgehead that have ruled out London” - #brexit

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