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As occasionally happens, I’ve been reevaluating my relationships with social media. The last time I did this I received emails asking whether I was dead, so let me assure you that such rumours are greatly exaggerated. Long time readers will … Continue reading
When I first went to university, I was part of an Actual September, though it took place in October. Going from a dial-up internet service shared with the telephone line to the latest iteration of SuperJANET with its multi-megabit connection … Continue reading
Back in the 1980s and 1990s, people who wanted to clandestinely gain information about a company or organisation would go trashing.[*] That just meant diving in the bins to find information about the company structure – who worked there, who … Continue reading
Q: What caused this? A: this. A Vodafone employee used the corporate Twitter account to post the message: [@VodafoneUK] is fed up of dirty homo’s and is going after beaver And as the Vodafone apology attests, this was no hacking … Continue reading