Friday, 18 December 2015


Moody's Microblog Daily Digest 151216 -  yesterday's tweets as a single page

Mass Surveillance & the European Court of Human Rights - "questions about validity of systems of mass surveillance"

Does the Gates Foundation do more harm than good? - review of interesting book #philanthrocapitalism

The First Person to Hack the iPhone Built a Self-Driving Car. In His Garage - running #ubuntu

EU Data Protection Package – Lacking ambition but saving the basics - could have been worse, then #EUdataP

Pre-crime arrives in the UK: Better make sure your face stays off the crowdsourced watch list - slippery slopes

UK police busts karaoke “gang” 4 sharing songs that aren’t commercially available - "commercial-scale"? I think not

UK's PRESTON collects about 4,000,000 intercepted phone calls a year - shows #IPBill "debate" is a total sham

how Google enlisted members of US Congress it bankrolled to fight $6bn EU antitrust case - hardly surprising, no?

Big brands 'cheating' consumers with false lightbulb efficiency claims - why we need more "red tape", not less

#BlackBerry boss conciliatory tone on encryption - anyone who thinks there is a crypto "middle ground" is clueless

Unilever *loves* #TTIP - not 'cos will make mega-corps richer, but 'cos it will make stinking poor people smell nice

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