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Uninvited Interlocutor. 'World War III is a guerrilla information war with no division between military and civilian participation.' --Marshall McLuhan

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@Baddiel You could see it coming, too. I kept thinking, "they can't be going to do this, can they?" And then they did.Image of cartel assassin pretending to wear handcuffs in Mexican police custody goes viral: http://t.co/dQOyTdTp1m
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Every flash update on the Internet is malware. http://t.co/P1JrAG1pAn
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorStill Waiting: Where's the Chilcot report? http://t.co/r8DHb3kgWV http://t.co/0ksAywOlCH
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor#SnoopersCharter amendments are back in for Monday's report stage of Counter Terrorism and Security Bill http://t.co/wLbOg3oOd7
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorThose peers have reintroduced the Communications Data Bill text to the anti-terror bill AGAIN http://t.co/Mo0jwWQO0Q #privacy #surveillance
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorHAHA! "You weren't there, man! That flame war changed us all." --> British army creates team of Facebook warriors http://t.co/Sm6kAy87c2.@UmbrellaSec1395 Well, since you asked: https://t.co/v7nVgAMjPt cc @GlinnerThe problem with American Sniper, explained https://t.co/tQsqTf1X5m
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@jeremyscahill @csoghoian @benjaminwittes @headhntr @ggreenwald Breaking: Man gets caught standing at well with a vial marked "poison."@KermodeMovie I got to "smokey" and my mind immediately went to "and the bandit."Hume, The Watchmaker, Islam and The Gaters -- Argument From Analogy http://t.co/DeaKUWz9FJRT @stevenchase: Canada proposes most sweeping empowerment of security agencies + police since 9/11: http://t.co/v3QkDnxo52
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@GigaWalrus @WillsDennis @Glinner Yeah... What? Oh, nevermind. Bye.@GigaWalrus @WillsDennis @Glinner How many other campaign groups have this problem and to such a degree? They do fine -- there's a reason.@GigaWalrus @WillsDennis @Glinner Then there's an *inherent* element that keeps attracting the "bad" ones. Need a behavioral change, too.My story @vicenews: CIA interrogated prisoners on British territory of Diego Garcia, says former Bush official https://t.co/fQI11I3szB
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor.@stephenfry Natural evil for the win -- no wriggling out of that one based on the notion of free will.I am off to see Shaker @StandWithShaker all day today in Guantanamo Bay. When will he see justice?
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorHa! Watch how Gay has to deflect at the end. There's no WAY he's going to address the content of the answer https://t.co/KS6TJ0gmuS
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@Glinner Oh man, I can only imagine -- I had a tiny taste of the infinite echo chamber today.RT @GuardianUS: "This cd be an amazing level of surveillance that we’ve not seen before in the US" http://t.co/AvnOBpYrbG
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@Angelheartnight @TinyPixelBlock @Glinner Oh dear, not cowardice -- boredom. Only so much sophistry and rhetoric one can take. Bye@Glinner Haha, I had some on my front lawn the other day.@Glinner Common GG tactic--positing an intellectually infantile version of the complexity of an issue to deflect critique via equivocation.@Glinner Don't think I'll ever hear that phrase and not think of Seinfeld -- quite a number of phrases fit that bill, actually.@Glinner Hey man, was "not that there's anything wrong with that" a conscious or unconscious nod to Seinfeld? Good episode, very funny.
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Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorGreenwald on @jonathanchait and the price of having a platform is very good. http://t.co/jN2dO38pVW
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorCanadian spies run global dragnet on video, audio, file downloads http://t.co/RCgAWhFCug http://t.co/qWlWAincfb
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorSome interesting material in "Bitter Lake," but when it drops the narrative it gets really tedious--needs harsh edit: http://t.co/oCAmO3XzN8EU to order blanket collection & storage for 5 years of all air passengers’ data, inc bank card details http://t.co/7k7Mn0WPM4 via @guardian
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@UmbrellaSec1395 Yeah, not going around this again. Think about religion vs. gamer and 1.5 billion vs. few thousand. Bye.@EzraTwitch I understand that, which is why I was drawing the point out.
@Ruinshin It's more than that, but I'm not about to go down another rabbit hole on this topic. Bye.@Ruinshin Then there's an inherent element that keeps on attracting "the minority"-- not surprising given the "engagements" I've seen.@MikeGPO Nope, sorry. Time to draw this to a close. If you're serious about ethics, reconfigure -- start over. Set out guidelines, etc. Bye.@MikeGPO Arguments from analogy are always flawed. Major difference between a religion with 1.5 billion adherents and a handful of people.@MikeGPO Really? So it's more important to maintain the moral high ground on a minor point by ceding the moral high ground on a major one?@MikeGPO But yet you won't start over to divest yourselves from it -- because it's the only thing that fuels "the movement."@MikeGPO The publicity -- the "minority" fuels your "movement" -- it keeps it in the spotlight. Media report threats, abuse, etc.@MikeGPO If that's the case, then time to start over -- but you won't -- and you know why -- the power. You would lose it.@MikeGPO Then why associate with them?@MikeGPO No true Scotsman: https://t.co/pgAs55Eq0U@MikeGPO ...and the misogynists, SWATers, those threatening rape and those threatening murder. If "ethics" is your goal, best start over.@MikeGPO @Glinner So a movement about ethics hasn't considered its own position on fundamental ethical questions?@MikeGPO @Glinner I keep hearing this. What ethical underpinning? Deontological? Consequentialist? Which moral philosophers write about GG?Great night for shinny. Players take part in a pick up game at Lincoln Park Cambridge. @cityofcambridge http://t.co/6LGjXAghTZ
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@ChrChristensen No prob., as I said, it's a good piece. Not the last time time the subject will need to be discussed, I'm sure.@ChrChristensen Yep, para 2, though, yes? And I might just be being overly pedantic. Still would have liked sharper distinction, though.@ChrChristensen @ggreenwald Yep, got that, but I think it muddies things a bit. Stylistically, nice to come full circle, but logically, hmm.@ggreenwald @ChrChristensen Shame author used "whataboutism" as term for two different things --Tu Quoque and contextualizing. Good, though.Mass surveillance is fundamental threat to human rights, says European report: scale of NSA spying is ‘stunning’ http://t.co/U6FPVC3ZEz
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Lord Godwin: "Hitler!" #SnoopersCharterBaroness DoSomething: "Something is literally better than nothing -- so there." #SnoopersCharterLord Silverfox: "Uh, I don't know...everyone is right. Gap! Really, I just wanted to be seen to be saying something." #SnoopersCharter"If you have nothing to hide you have nothing to fear" say #SnoopersCharter proponents hiding behind parliamentary procedure to make it law.
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorInvariably, those in favour of interception and surveillance are unwilling to face proper public scrutiny themselves. Strange that.
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@Glinner "The security fence." http://t.co/XBEOJEvaFq
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorLord fear pimp talking up a threat that's less likely to harm you than your own bathroom. #SnoopersCharter@alantravis40 And this looks like the BBC live video feed: http://t.co/4aWjYkmfvR@alantravis40 No prob.@alantravis40 Think it's this one: http://t.co/SCAQ9pPfHX.@alantravis40 Tough on justice and the causes of justice. #grayling@Glinner "We're in the pipe, five by five."They're smuggling the snoopers' charter into law – but we don't even need it http://t.co/3XdGTZxW57
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor"He was every bit as much a jihadi in uniform as his nemesis, Mustafa, was a soldier in casual wear." http://t.co/EeNnbrnQMF"The errors of judgement were so blatant, there is no way they can whitewash this.” http://t.co/tcLcsaTJ3R
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Hoax GCHQ caller put through to David Cameron’s phone http://t.co/ZngJXMpv3SRecall Mill's argument for free speech? We need to hear the bad ideas so we can hear the arguments *against* them-- else we slip into dogma.@krishgm "The news." No analysis? Great, more "he said, she said."Howard Marks reveals he has inoperable cancer http://t.co/mQBKu4t2gz
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorWhat is the Snoopers' Charter? And 7 reasons why it would be an absolute travesty http://t.co/uYYiRlAVlZ via The Independent
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorA simply perfect graffito from #Greece. This decade's pulp anger, distilled. (via @paulmasonnews) http://t.co/TOiwPSS6iK
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@kapsar Didn't have room for "as a movie."
Bah, Omega Man over I Am Legend any day. No Matthias, no "The Family" and no anti tech ideology. It's a better dynamic with those elements.@MikeTaylor @Glinner Strong, properly implemented crypto scares the bejeezus outta them. No more free lunch -- they'll have to do the work.American Sniper: anti-Muslim threats skyrocket in wake of film's release http://t.co/zKnCuqbCof
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@mark_lynas @Glinner Good chart in the Washington Post showing the sharp rise in the number of cases: http://t.co/NAGsk3SXkEWhy are we lowering our flags for the death of a king in a despotic regime that lashes mild dissent 1000x & punishes women for driving...
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorWTF? Oh man. Stay classy, #hosers. RT @CBCToronto Meet the designer behind Miss Canada's hockey stick dress http://t.co/E4ZfhlUf46
@glynmoody No prob. I could have been clearer.@glynmoody @OpenRightsGroup Was referring to GCHQ's quote re. "golden age of SIGNIT"@glynmoody @OpenRightsGroup All "Golden Ages" come to an end.Every movie rewrites history. What American Sniper did is much, much worse. http://t.co/zDoB0eSojtUK orders flags flown at half-mast for King Abdullah. Will return to lecturing the world about democracy tomorrow https://t.co/cebtl55gem
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorScared the "golden age" is over--> Encryption will lead to ethically worse behaviour by spies, says former GCHQ chief http://t.co/xkt97YG1Tg@arusbridger All four peers with links to security/policing.When Thinking Machines Break the Law: Last year, two Swiss artists programmed a Random Botnot Shopper, which e... http://t.co/eCnjP4cWxi
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorKing Abdullah 13th of 45 sons of the founding ruler of Saudi dies: No change expected: ISIS, Wahhabism, tensions with Shia Islam set to stay
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@Sethrogen C'mon, you're not stupid -- you knew that you were comparing it to a propaganda piece -- and rightly so.ISIS beheadings: horrid atrocities. King Abdullah beheadings: A reformer who nudged Saudi Arabia forward.
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor‘Snooper’s charter’: four Lords in bid to pass changed version before election http://t.co/QUui3X8X7v
After a quick read, there's one important change from the original Communications Data Bill. No judicial oversight. #SnoopersCharter
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorPeers table 18 pg amendment to Counter-Terrorism & Security Bill. It’s nearly identical to #SnoopersCharter. http://t.co/BLubc9GseE
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorAstonishing political sleight of hand: seeking to add a eighteen clause Bill as a mere amendment at the very last parliamentary stage.
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorGuess what: there seems to a serious attempt to add the *entire* Snoopers Charter as a last minute amendment to Terrorism Bill.
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutor@Atheistspinner @mePadraigReidy @Glinner No, it's ex Met police commissioner Lord Blair.@Glinner seen this? Lords trying to sneak Comms Data Bill Surveillance powers into law while no one's looking http://t.co/hMCojrK92K
Retweeted by ¬InvitedInterlocutorMI5 to Gaddafi’s spies: make sure our joint operations aren’t “discovered by lawyers or human rights organisations” http://t.co/S8PvkUZGsn
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