- A corporate cyberattack victim and its insurers go to court to figure out what’s covered. Here’s what it means for… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 7 hours ago
- Chinese tech giant Huawei is pursuing legal campaigns against an array of overseas critics large and small wsj.com/articles/huawe… via @WSJ 1 day ago
- Grateful to catch the last day of the #anthonygormley exhibition at the @royalacademyarts. I love environmental and monumental art and I realised yesterday that it is because I love the space that is filled by architecture. So grateful to @zs_davis for reminding me that it closed on 3 Dec! #london #latergram#morning #sunrise #mileend #london#Berlin #morning #mitte#Berlin #greyday #Wednesday#latteart #Berlin #morningMoving day breakfast. #london
Category Archives: politics
In an excellent column for CityAM today, Stian Westlake makes the argument that optimists need to run the economy in order to foster economic growth. This is an argument that I have been making for years and in various forms. … Continue reading
Months go by in between posts and still I feel that there is more that can be done to update the design or change the user interface. That being said, my time has been taken up by other things. And … Continue reading
I have had a few post over the last few days. If you are so inclined to reading them, I have written about the amazing number of bans and regulation that San Francisco has here and I have discussed how … Continue reading
I have another guest post up over on Big Brother Watch. If you find mobile privacy stuff interesting you can read it here.