So, you might have noticed that I'm sometimes a bit lazy, and can't always be bothered to blog every day, and yet the Interwebs still go on. I read things, and if I find stuff interesting, it is pulled into these here posts auto-magically.
Here's some stuff I found interesting between January 12th and January 14th:
- The Tories will change the nanny state... -
- Data losses to incur fines of up to GBP500,000 - I wonder what the government will do with all this extra money they'll raise when the government leave USB sticks on trains. Ah, right, I see.
- Free Speech goes to Hell. -
- Apache May Stop 1.3, 2.0 Series Releases -
- UK "terrorism" stop-and-searches are illegal - Good news, section 44 stop and searches are illegal.
Bad news, they'll just section 43 everyone instead. Or just keep on section 44-ing - see the record on DNA retention for more details.