In other words, a couple of clicks in a bank's spreadsheet caused the biggest fluctuation in Britain's trade figures in modern history. At least that's the most plausible explanation. Tho it raises further questions: why? Is the bank in trouble? And who owns the gold anyway?— Ed Conway (@EdConwaySky) February 14, 2020
The Irish are the main data cops for Facebook for all of the EU. First time a search like this has been done at Facebook under GDPR in Dublin. Big deal.— Donie O'Sullivan (@donie) February 12, 2020
Agreed, but Stormont model & mechanisms allowed - indeed, required - parties to share power, whilst maintaining a distance from each other. Coalition in Dublin is a conscious act of coupling; and that's a little different?— Simon Dickson (@simond) February 12, 2020
Great piece from @Nicolas_Colin on the inescapable reality that startups can’t afford to ignore political & regulatory developments. The next generation of founders and startups can’t use the same playbook as those that went before @Siftedeu https://t.co/7u6pepjiP0— Linda Griffin (@LindaHGriffin) February 4, 2020
🚨 OFCOM & Online Harms regulation:— Big Brother Watch (@BigBrotherWatch) February 12, 2020
To be clear the Government is making private companies legally resposible for what we, individuals, say to each other. This explicitly requires mass surveillance & censorship.
This is going to be a disaster for privacy & free speech online.
[ANNOUNCEMENT] Due to the recent COVID-19 concerns in the region, we regret to announce that #WCAsia 2020 will be cancelled. Please be sure to read this post for more details.— WordCamp Asia (@WordCampAsia) February 12, 2020
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