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Natasha
#140. Words words words. Journalist, geek, poet*, feminist** ~Owns cats, asks awkward questions~ *part-time **full-time | Tips to: natasha[at]techcrunch[dot]com
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Privacy Matters 7h
Uber privacy and trust - error 404. Oh the irony
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The Man in Seat 61 2h
The treasury are sending a coded distress call as the Union flag is upside down...
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Caroline Lucas 3h
Summary of environmental measures in Good (hopefully): Action on plastics Bad: No new support for solar Very Bad: Incredibly weak measures on air pollution Ugly: Continued fuel duty freeze Very ugly: Tax breaks to oil and gas exploration
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Paul Waugh 2h
So Hammond is spending more on Brexit preparations (£3bn) than on the NHS (£2.8bn resource cash). That wasn't on Boris's bus.
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Patrick Howell O'Neill 18h
It's not often that infosec Twitter is quite this blown away by news. Congrats to Joe Sullivan on the $100,000 cover up of a breach impacting 57 million people. We'll remember this one for a long time.
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The Robert Graham🦃 Project 19h
I gave a made-up name to Uber when I signed up. I think the most important security precaution is to lie to computers compulsively.
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Rory Cellan-Jones 18h
Uber boss Khosrowshahi on massive data breach: “You may be asking why we are just talking about this now, a year later. I had the same question”
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Natasha 18h
Wow, I mean at least a flaming trashfire wouldn’t pay off hackers for the stuff they lifted out of it...
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Jonathan Pie 18h
Oh dear. That London licence appeal looking dicey.
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Natasha 23h
Wow. Metastartup opportunity indeed >> "Nashville recently signed a $975,000 contract with a Silicon Valley startup called Host Compliance, which helps local governments enforce regulations on platforms like Airbnb."
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Natasha Nov 21
Gentler times! 🙃
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Natasha Nov 21
“Maybe we don’t know the mental disease vectors that we’re inadvertently unleashing”
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Natasha Nov 21
Ah those were the days! Back when wasn't infested with nazis
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Lisa McIntire Nov 19
what a nightmare
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Natasha Nov 20
"Vote Leave didn’t actually give Grimes cash donations. Rather, Vote Leave paid the money directly to his sole ‘supplier’ AggregateIQ, a data analysis company linked to Trump-backer Robert Mercer that is based in small Canadian city..."
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Natasha Nov 20
Replying to @jimmy_wales @jjaron
So what are the terms of the partnership?
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Brad Heath Nov 20
In other news, Amazon has a microphone in your kitchen and wants to be able to unlock your front door.
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Hugo Dixon Nov 20
As Germany goes through own political spasm, consequences of Theresa May's folly in triggering Article 50 so prematurely mount. 2-year time-bomb keeps ticking.
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Natasha Nov 20
Are you suggesting a company - regardless of size - would also need to be profitable in order for worker status to be default? (If so Uber wouldn't be caught by that, for eg). Your post mentions "large and profitable"
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Natasha Nov 20
Problem with the shortlinks atm by looks of it. Try this:
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