TYR Rewind. I wonder if there was ever an audit of the UK mobile network operators’ lawful intercept logs? We know that the network of private investigators around the NOTW were able to locate mobile phones, by paying a corrupt copper £500 a dip. If the copper could do that, they could also listen to…Read More TYR Rewind. So, those logs.
So, another TYR Rewind. Here’s a post on last year’s Treasury Autumn Statement, or rather, on the Guardian‘s pitifully spun reporting of it. As a foretaste, here’s the weekend’s Obscurer piece. Last time out, the worst had been briefed out to the papers over the weekend, thus tanking everyone’s expectations so the sops placed on…Read More the 6th Army has been destroyed. chocolate ration news follows on Tuesday
Subtitle: and she did, over Christmas, 2010. Deborah Mattinson argues that Labour should concentrate on women as a constituency. Here’s a post from February. The traditional Tory lead among women, a phenomenon as old as women’s suffrage in the UK, disappeared in the space of three weeks over Christmas 2010. Actually, it’s older – the…Read More TYR Rewind: I’m going to leave you Mr Backlash
Well, this is a story. Who hacked the French presidency? The original source of the story is Le Telegramme de Brest, a bit of a surprise but not the first time a really crazy news story got out in the regional press first. It suggests the attack took place at some point during the transition…Read More Theme: Cyber-Oddness