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Posts Tagged ‘Guardian’

Observer Ideas – Edward Snowden on information storage, data mining and political participation

Hosted at Europe’s largest multi-arts conference centre, the Barbican’s primary stage played host to a host of speakers all connected by their struggle for public empowerment.

One such speaker was Edward Snowden on live stream from Moscow, discussing surveillance and

Revealed: types and quantities of drugs seized by police at UK music festivals

On the Isle of Wight it’s been largely about cocaine and ecstasy, at Glastonbury the hauls of ketamine have been creeping up, while the drug of choice for heavy metal fans would seem to be Jack Daniels and other booze.…

Underfunded Charities Turn Away Victims of Abuse: Report

Charities are being forced to point victims of domestic violence seeking refuge toward Occupy camps, police stations and hospitals, charity organisers say.

Freedom of information requests released in an extensive report show local government cut funding by almost a third …

Justice minister facing two inquiries over insurance shares

Justice minister Jonathan Djanogly is is the subject of two inquiries by the Ministry of Justice and the Cabinet Office after a Guardian investigation revealed he would personally profit from the changes to the insurance industry that he has been …