Organisations and individuals are relying on the expertise of these people and they are being misled into breaking the law.
Keir Starmer Is Now the Worst Person, at the Worst Moment, to Lead the Labour Party
Facebook loses bid to block a potentially major change to EU data sharing
UK Local Politics
When Labour lose horrifically in todays local elections it will help to understand that the goal of the right of the party is not to win elections.
Their goal is to remain in power within the party itself. Winning in the traditional sense doesn't come into it.
This is why they are telling party members to fuck off, expelling members, firing campaign teams, hand-picking shit candidates, agreeing with Tories, sucking up to the right-wing press etc.
Signal banned for booking obviously targeted ads? That story's too good to be true, Facebook claims
However, they do admit that most of the ads would have been banned for the exact reasoning behind the Signal campaign: I.e. you are not allowed to tell people you targeted the ad to their sexuality or medical conditions that you DID use to target them.
The Government assault on your privacy rights
“We should be extremely worried. Proposals seem to have regressed to the kind of thinking we saw at the worst moments of the New Labour government.”
Love to see Americans* on "hacker" "news" arguing that unions are bad actually from their no paternity leave, minimal maternity leave, no annual leave, no job protection, health insurance rip-off country*
The bootlicking is so strong there that you get everyday plebs arguing to be stomped on harder by their bosses.
*not all Americans obvs
The Marginal Tax Bracket Is an Enemy of Democracy
politics in the United Kingdom
Labour Wants to Win Back the Working Class. The Problem Is It Has No Idea Who They Are
California Subpoena's Signal for user data
Won't somebody please think of the children!!! UK to mount fresh assault on end-to-end encryption in Facebook
NHS COVID-19 app update blocked by Apple, Google over location privacy fears
Not waving, but crowning: The coverage of Prince Philip's death shows the diseased state of the British media
Bbc sets up complaints line for too much coverage of Prince Philip death
The daily mail told the uk government to delete a tweet it didn’t like and replace it with one written by the Mail.
The UK government did as it was told
Web Dev, General Annoyance
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