Facebook has been accused of a massive ‘data grab’ after encouraging users to allow it to automatically synchronise photos from their mobile devices to the social networks servers. The social network from Friday began asking users of its mobile apps to activate its new Photo Sync, which will automatically upload each picture to a private […]
For those of you who bought into the hype around Facebook going public I have only to say one word: Bubble! That is what banks do and that is what they have done again and after the dotcom bubble collapse the housing bubble you should have known better.
Today instead of being a rather bland day turned out to be a day of activism and the revival of KASM or Kiwi’s Against Seabed Mining. I joined the group five and a half years ago when I first arrived here but as the whole seabed mining topic was temporarily put on ice the energy […]
According to Andrew Neilson we are devaluing the punishment system by sentencing 16 olds for stealing two scoops of ice cream to go to prison for 6 months or 20-22 year olds for 4 years for making drunken jokes “inciting violence” on facebook which didn’t even happen as a result of that joke! This means […]
Yes, now I can keep my blog going and connect to facebook at the same time. Awesome.