Wednesday, 28 March 2018


Moody’s Microblog Daily Digest 180327 - yesterday’s tweets as a single page

Banking On #ClimateChange At A Glance - the banks that deserved to be sued into oblivion

US data firm Palantir admits employee approached #CambridgeAnalytica - those links keep getting linkier... #brexit

Thinking and Working Outside the Platform - interesting point #freesw

Macy’s, The Department Store Chain, Forces A Tiny Hair Salon In Scotland To Change Its Name - #trademark bullying strikes again

Bottle and can deposit return scheme gets green light in England - that’s welcome, but… “In Germany, a DRS was introduced in 2003 and 99% of plastic bottles are recycled.”

FBI Officials Were Angry That An iPhone Hack Blocked Them From Getting Court To Force Apple To Break Encryption -

UN Advisor Tells Italy To Drop Its Terrible ‘Fake News’ Law Before It Does Any Real Damage - saggio

Pope will not apologize for abuse in Canada’s indigenous schools - I’m disappointed in you, Frank, very disappointed…

Email shows how Pruitt’s climate denial seeps into the EPA and the rest of the U.S. - utterly shameful

#Microsoft to ban ‘offensive language’ from Skype, Xbox, Office and other services - not troubling at all… #censorship

In a first, a new UK coal mine is rejected on climate change grounds - kudos

Five years of consistent revenue growth for the U.S. recorded music industry - shows the “value gap” is just marketing guff #article13 #copyright

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