The spirit of Gene Hunt is alive and well Frack away, IGas Energy, the Metropolitan Police has your back.
For all his background in constitutional law and human rights, Mr Obama has shown little patience for whistleblowers: his administration has used the Espionage Act against leakers of classiﬁed information far more than any of his predecessors. It is difﬁcult to imagine Mr Obama giving Mr Snowden the pardon he deserves.
Google’s remaining anomaly on my account Working my way down the list: privacy breaches in Adsense, remedied after a few years; bug in Analytics, remedied after three years. And now that Rick Klau intervened and sorted out the privacy glitch on my long-dead Blogger account after another three-and-a-half years (note: Rick did it in a day. The other idiots at Google dicked me around for three-and-a-half years), there remains one anomaly on my Google Dashboard.
Apparently I have three contacts. Except that none of them are mine. (They are inaccessible, incidentally, so I have no clue who they are. World’s best brand, huh?)
Pinterest loves spammers These are four of the strangers who I do not follow, who appear on my Pinterest feed. (And they have nothing to do with joint boards, as Pinterest falsely claims, since I have left all of mine, nor were they related pins, which was Pinterest’s other excuse.) Gee, I wonder if they are spammers. Which begs the question: why is Pinterest in league with spammers?
Pinterest is buggered I have complete strangers in my Pinterest feed. Pinterest claims that this can happen if I am a member of a joint board, because these are people followed by the board. So tonight, I removed myself from all such boards. Hasn’t changed a thing. They are also not people followed by friends and colleagues whom I have invited to join my boards. (Incidentally, this is not the ﬁrst time this has happened to me on Pinterest, and it only seems to plague my personal account, not the Lucire one we have at work.)
Pinterest is hopeless Not only did I ﬁnd hundreds of accounts on Pinterest that I never followed among my “following”, and discovered that the website unilaterally turned my email notiﬁcations back on without my permission, it is unable to ﬁnd Wellington on its map. Glad I never signed up to Foursquare, which apparently drives the mapping technology, if it’s this useless.
Just another typical website like Google or Facebook overriding people’s privacy settings at will.
Pearson is saying that if it is discovered Lawson has indeed been using recreational and Class B drugs, then not only will Saatchi have been justiﬁed in physically assaulting her—but any public recriminations he might face for doing so are unfair and unjust because he was simply trying to “save her from herself” …
But secondly (and most importantly) is that even if Lawson turns out to be a drug ﬁend of epic proportions, it doesn’t have any bearing on her right to be protected from violence and assault.
Lawson could have a drug lab set up in her basement and half of London’s Charlie supply stored in baking tins with built in straws throughout her kitchen—it is still not okay for Charles Saatchi to assault her.
Google continues to publish libel Remember how we were blacklisted by Google earlier this year? Google falsely claims that you can get off their blacklists in six or seven hours. It took six to seven days for us, despite fixing all our systems within hours of being hacked. Here’s a site, bjskoskerbaskets.com, which Google has blacklisted for nearly eight months, despite, by its own admission, being clean.