Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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June 12th, 2015

Except, @EC3Europol, does the “interactive” part actually work in the PDF? In Preview in OS X it seems to be a static document.

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Yes, good work from EUROPOL here, @EC3Europol. A fascinating diagram. twitter.com/piotrkijewski/…

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BBC_WHYS Parents of civil rights activist in America says she’s been “pretending to be black” for years bbc.in/1f6LbaI pic.twitter.com/lqp67KDP0W

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Yes, @jeamland, I am still Google #1 for “neocon sex kitten”. It’s my legacy to future generations.

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@semibogan I think we need an ISO27001 version.

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I do not want there to be a .best domain.

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@semibogan Exactly. Best practice, Snowtown.

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@semibogan Belanglo. Meh. NSW softcock wannabes.

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Finished. Good work, boys and girls.

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Ken Henry is worth his weight in cockie shit, eh?

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@ApostrophePong Yes. Which reminds me, I have some scripts to review tomorrow.

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@ApostrophePong Yeah, I know you’ve got heaps to do. But do add this to your backlog.

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Oh that’s right. Gordon Brown was actually a thing.

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Shut up, Wayne.

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Ah, Kevin, some of us have been trained to read micro-gestures. “Perfectly relaxed”? PMSL.

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I must say, though, it’s taking me three hours to watch this because I’m replaying the edits to savour them. I am so sad.

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OK, I’m a (mainly) audio producer opining about video editing. I’ll STFU now.

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Cut to CU and hold. Yes.

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Ah @FergusonNews knows the open question! To Ken Henry on the Gang of Four: “What was the dynamic like?”, and wait. Textbook.

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I will draw in @ApostrophePong and say you need to somehow watch “The Killing Season” on Rudd vs Gillard. See my previous tweets.

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I understand that the key-player interviews were four-camera shoots with a full day set-up. It shows. Great camerawork.

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Fuck this editing is good.

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Two-camera shoot in the former US Treasury Secratary’s office? Nice.

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Pace, and flow. Pace, and flow. This is how you edit a film.

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I’d forgotten that Rudd was the first Labor MP who was allowed to choose his own ministry, not the caucus.

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What if they added lasers and wind machines, @DrJJoyner? twitter.com/DrJJoyner/stat…

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Watching footage of Rudd in the 2007 campaign, and then thinking… Boat Shrimpnet who? The ALP is so fuckedon

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Oops. just spotted where some footage has been used in two different editing contexts, one of them not right.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Indeed. If you haven’t watched yet, do so. To watched a masterwork of documentary, if nothing else.

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“This is the toolbox of the 21st century.” pic.twitter.com/O3ExDvYiNp

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@SnarkyPlatypus That aspect of the Kevin ’07 campaign is well illustrated in the program.

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Anyway, back to the documentary.

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@noreasonspec @SnarkyPlatypus Hmmm… Sure, but that’s also crossing over into schadenfreude.

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OfficialJargon I know it’s a good thing that they’ve been decommissioned, but my god the Typhoons were beautiful looking boats. twitter.com/SputnikInt/sta…

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@SnarkyPlatypus Yes, there was such a sense that night of “This is when it will change.” It was palpable.

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Here’s another rare photograph of John Howard. pic.twitter.com/fVNF7hoV1n

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I’m guessing people do remember John Howard’s sinister side? pic.twitter.com/nO8enT8Mxr

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@SnarkyPlatypus Yes, perfect spring weather, and one of the most beautiful spots on Sydney Harbour.

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Here’s another photo of that punter at Kirribilli House. His name was Craig Gill. pic.twitter.com/Y05P3DMhI3

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@christopherneal @crikey_news That’s not me. That’s some random punter. I’ll tell the story in the next episode of a certain podcast.

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Or, alternatively, my blog post, “Hyacinth’s Open Day” stilgherrian.com/sydney/hyacint… pic.twitter.com/FzSIzcKTXG

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Suddenly remembering my @crikey_news yarn “Kirribilli house: yours for $15” from Sep 2007. crikey.com.au/2007/09/17/kir… pic.twitter.com/PQJT42s77s

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@kels_316 I disagree. Sure, that’s a big audience, but there’s also an audience that loves well-crafted documentary storytelling.

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Definitely one for the cognoscenti. “There was no Kiribilli-style agreement” assumes a shitload of cultural literacy.

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Whoever edited this, I want to marry them.

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OK, I’m going to watch “The Killing Season” now.

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@WP_DownUnder Meh. I’ve been around long enough to be quite comfortable with telling people like that to go fuck themselves.

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@WP_DownUnder Heh. I don’t think they’d be that stupid.

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@WP_DownUnder @charliepick Not just well-written, but well-researched.

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Catching up with @charliepick’s , which has settled into some damn fine television. Good work, everybody.

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garthk Aah, I get it. LNP trying to slow wind power because it works at night, thus more threat to dirty power. twitter.com/KetanJ0/status…

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sonic_hedgehog Alright, everyone. Bring your best MS Paint skills with you to Twitter tomorrow. We’ve got work to do.

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@monsieurarion Well, that’s why I don’t start by looking there. I can’t trust the publication to give me a fair assessment of many issues.

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troyhunt Because we need more plane hacking: “Virgin America’s in-flight entertainment will run on Android”: flip.it/dgftH

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@monsieurarion Unfair. Apart from the partisan-political blogs, there’s some good stuff in the Australian.

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Yes, this is how to do bug reports. twitter.com/Wolfie_Rankin/…

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That’s a particularly good episode. You should watch it.

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“Ignorant people everywhere are being bullied.” youtube.com/watch?v=AJcxDp…

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@mukimu Also, Kaspersky took control of the message from the first moment, and it was a well-crafted message.

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@mukimu Nah, more that we can probably point the finger at Israel, but US writers are too afraid to say so too loudly.

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That’s a bit unfair. Philip Ruddock has had a distinguished parliamentary career! twitter.com/Tim_Beshara/st…

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I mean, I’m continually amazed that people pay any attention to me, and I make an “effort” to get my facts somewhat right.

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I’ve asked this before but I’ll ask it again. Why does anyone pay the slightest attention to what Gerard Henderson thinks or says?

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@kev_martin I can’t quite see @TheRealPBarry doorstopping Soapy down at Pier One on a Friday afternoon. Except maybe for the giggles.

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What other journalists might be called “Paul”?

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Oh. The transcript indicates that the journalist is a “Paul”. I hope that’s not @FarrellPF, because I usually quite like his work.

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No, instead he waffles for a full 222 words, clearly keen to make sure he’s “on message” without actually saying anything concrete.

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Mind you, Soapy doesn’t have the clue or the spine to answer “That’s what the funding is for, to figure that out, you arsehat.”

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That journalist must be one of the Quiet Bat People.

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Imagine that. There’s a journalist reporting on politics that’s so thick that they can’t understand that simple, obvious point. (2/2)

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What I love* is that a journalist asked Soapy what the counter-narrative would be when he’s only just announced funding to develop it. (1/2)

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I agree, this is the ONLY sensible way forward for Australia. twitter.com/craigpatten/st…

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@acidic Thanks very much. That’s… appalling.

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“Burn”? No, Sir, this is the most excellent thing to happen to literature in half a century! twitter.com/FreddyAmazin/s…

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@acidic I missed the whole bush poetry thing. Is there audio or video somewhere?

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Does anyone else reckon Chris Lilley’s next gig is in here somewhere? twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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Soapy also did a doorstop. This is the bit of Australai’s strategy I’m really hanging out for. pic.twitter.com/tUA0pSCgv4

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@glengyron You do. Can I get you a glass of wine?

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I should’ve weaponised that PDF.

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Idiot. We have the Attorney-General, the Honourable Senator George ‘Soapy the Ankle’ Brandis QC, to guide us. twitter.com/NewtonMark/sta…

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@arcadiagt5 Well to be honest, I’m intrigued to see what they come up with. So far government messaging is the opposite of experts’ views.

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@SnarkyPlatypus Look, Soapy is the lawyer, a QC even, so he’ll have everything sorted.

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@Arash_Mohebbi @mpesce Herman Göring managed to combine a variety of roles like that.

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“I wish you a safe journey home,” concludes Soapy, ominously.

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… to collect & disseminate local, nat’l, regional, global experiences; to identify effective practices; & to address violent extremism (2/2)

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6. We will aim, through key bodies such as Hedayah and the UN SC Counter-terrorism Committee and its Executive Directorate… (1/2)

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…inc by building technical capability of grassroots organisations to elevate non- extremist voices that resonate with target audiences (2/2)

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5. And investing in enhancing the role of communities to challenge terrorist propaganda… (1/2)

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4. Developing a compendium of regional counter narratives to amplify effective messages across the region. [This one is my favourite.]

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3. Create regional best practice guide for dev’t of rule-of-law-based legislative responses to inhibit dissemination of terrorist propaganda

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2. Develop regional guide for govt and civil society on effective engagement with private sector, to facilitate closer collaboration on CVE.

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1. Establish a regional network of civil society groups to foster peer-to-peer learning and partnerships, including with the private sector.

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Here’s Soapy’s closing remarks to the Countering Violent Extremism Summit just now, including a 6-point plan. stilgherrian.com/wp-content/upl… (PDF)

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“Dr Onthemoon’s self diagnosis windfarm syndrome check list!” by @firstdogonmoon theguardian.com/commentisfree/…

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@juhasaarinen @bunjaree They send helicopters over every now and then, but I just throw rocks at them and they go away. For a while.

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@monsieurarion No, I do have wine. I’ll post a picture shortly if you don’t believe me.

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Sigh. I’m back at @bunjaree. I’ve set fire to the dinosaurs. And I’m about to open the wine. I really don’t care any more.

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@MicheleS_Aus @MargotSaville Yeah look, @crikey_news readers are a dim lot sometimes, you have to lard it on a bit.

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Did people see @MargotSaville’s subtle push for Prime Minister Bishop J in @crikey_news today?

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@mpesce Who knew that Soapy was a Dadaist?

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RT @R_Chirgwin: @stilgherrian You want to take it home, you’ll have to feed it and clean up its messes. [Nah, that’s Ms Credlin’s job.]

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I fuckin’ love this Adult Government. Can we have it for ever and ever?

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So, if I understand right, if I prey on some of the world’s most vulnerable people, the Australian government will give me money. Awesome.

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I, too, would like one of these Australian government low-doc business development grants. twitter.com/dobes/status/6…

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@juhasaarinen @j_hutch I’m praising the review, not the bullshit restaurant that serves the cattle food known as kale.

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I agree with @j_hutch. This is simply THE best restaurant review. thethousands.com.au/melbourne/eat-…

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HLMenckenBot Nature abhors a moron.

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Crusader Rabbit doesn’t know what “by hook or by crook” means, does he.

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OH, 3yo girl to mother at ATM: “Are you robbing the bank?”

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beneltham Aha! Turnbull sneaks out Friday arvo media release: media regulation shakeup, review of the regulator ACMA minister.communications.gov.au/malcolm_turnbu…

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5at5 number 197: American teeth, Google drivers, Chinese (allegedly) hacking, moistness, the cost of WWII visualised. tinyletter.com/5at5/letters/5…

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So @5at5daily is going to be very early today, because I forgot to bring my laptop’s power cable with me and I’m running low. Stand by.

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“The OPM Hacking Scandal Just Got Worse”, writes @20committee 20committee.com/2015/06/11/the…

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dobes Was the picture Peta wanted deleted of her, or actually of a wind farm? Do we have confirmation?

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@Tim_Beshara The AAP guy’s name was Tracey Nearmy, if that helps.

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Oh that’s right, there’s also a video. Well done, everybody. twitter.com/GuardianAus/st…

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This is all going to go ballistic, isn’t it.

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TerryAustralis pic.twitter.com/f8C7iGoIf4

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Rob_Stott Peta Credlin really doesn’t want you to see these photos buzzfeed.com/robstott/peta-… pic.twitter.com/CdXXCOwUBp

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Well here we go…

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And, @GuardianAus has posted one of AAP’s naughty photos. theguardian.com/australia-news…

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I trust that @BuzzFeedOz will be posting a gallery of Peta Credlin photos so we can choose our favourites.

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Dear Ms Credlin, if it were a “secure area” then it wouldn’t have photojournalists in it. Nor you, for that matter. Arsehat.

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Goddamit I knew that Waleed Aly was up to something.

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JohnJohnsonson .@smh Waleed Aly is the real reason I can’t afford a home? pic.twitter.com/2syKYkMOEK

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“Credlin asks for AAP photos to be deleted” in a “robust request” heraldsun.com.au/news/breaking-…

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@TawarRazaghi @Ausflatfish Fear not, ma’am, I’ll tire of the flounder soon enough.

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When things go wrong in this counter-terrorism stuff, wouldn’t you expect a range of causes, not always “we need more laws”?

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Why is it always the law that needs fixing anyway? Never bad decisions? Or bad procedure? Or bad training? Or just dumb luck? I smell a rat.

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More “new counter-terrorism legislation” ‘cos “lessons learned”? Why not think it thru properly BEFORE writing law? theguardian.com/australia-news…

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_Bad_Karma 1990: I made you this mix tape

2000: I made you this mix cd

2014: Here’s a picture of my dick

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@S7U Apparently the “Soapy” moniker goes back a long way for him.

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Me at @zdnetaustralia today: “Spearphishing and how to stop it: Some lessons from AusCERT” zdnet.com/article/spearp…

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“Abbott refuses to deny people smugglers paid to turn back”, reports @abcnews ab.co/1B9TRa5 Very amuse.

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@R_Chirgwin If your son has macro-invertebrates, you should see them crawling on his skin, and he’ll feel itchy.

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@S7U I now have a terrible, terrible mental image. But, the origin of Soapy is Soapy Sam from Rumpole of the Bailey, and historically.

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@dobes @glengyron Which was the wo… oh wait, I know.

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That said, I thanks @bobgourley for such a useful update of the “cyber wake-up call” list. It’s a real wake-up call for the cybers.

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Or, me in June 2014: “Enough with the cyber ‘wake-up calls’” zdnet.com/article/enough… Plus ça change…

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“List of Cyber Threat “Wake-Up Calls” Growing: Policy makers have been hitting the snooze button since 1970” ctovision.com/2015/06/list-o…

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thegrugq U.S. navy looking to buy at least 10 exploits a year, min 2 per quarter, including specific CVEs they specify. Pretty simple contract.

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The US Navy is shopping for 0-day exploits. fbo.gov/index?s=opport… HT @thegrugq

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So, you can do Goatse in real life. Bonus. twitter.com/thegrugq/statu…

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I just saw a report that today’s mX (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane) will be the last. Commuters are using phones and tablets more, they say.

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@JackGJessen Oh I remember it well. Also, the “unique samples” in anti-virus vendors’ databases. BIG NUMBERS OMFG BE AFRAID.

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Hey Tone, any chance we could get a proper Attorney-General?

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Also, that “100,000 per day” would surely only be the peak days of IS Twitter campaigns, not an average day? Can someone confirm?

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Soapy is such a fuckin arsehat.

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I wonder if Soapy’s “100,000 pieces of propaganda” includes retweets by news organisations reporting on said propaganda.

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Soapy’s “100,000 pieces of propaganda a day” is like counting each copy of a newspaper article as a “piece of propaganda”. Pure spin.

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Here’s my 2013 speculation, “Prepare for the attack of the politiclones!” zdnet.com/prepare-for-th…

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Here’s a 2014 article from @TheAtlantic, “How ISIS Games Twitter” theatlantic.com/international/…

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This is out of around 500 million tweets per day. So roughly 0.02% of all tweets are Islamic State spam. Yawn.

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In which Australia’s favourite Attorney-General imagines that 100.000 mostly-automated tweets are significant. twitter.com/ABCNews24/stat…

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@WulfKhan Good to remind people, but as a working journalist, I’m more than familiar with the NSW Surveillance Devices Act 2007 etc. :)

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Thanks, @dantyrrell @WulfKhan @baconbkk @nz_liam @darrenpauli, I’ll check out those suggestions if Total Recall fails me.

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Me at @zdnetaustralia: “Spearphishing and how to stop it: Some lessons from AusCERT” zdnet.com/article/spearp…

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@dantyrrell There’s several called “Call Recorder”, which company’s?

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I’m going to try Total Recall Call Recorder by Killer Mobile for starters. play.google.com/store/apps/det… HT @KitOConnell

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@nz_liam And you’ve got to love* Google Play’s knowledge about compatibility. pic.twitter.com/Y0bJ5IVmf1

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Dear Lazy Twitter, is there an Android app that will record a phone conversation? This may save me some logistical annoyance later today.

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GuardianAus From the archives,Dr @firstdogonmoon on serious sickness. Do you have the symptoms? trib.al/MCPfTN6 pic.twitter.com/qV70tGNhGM

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@bastardsheep @jonoabroad Not quite true. The proposed new law will “block” whatever the Federal Court order says has to the blocked.

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@jonoabroad @bastardsheep Blocking “access” to a “site” is the same technical challenge no matter what the content of the data stream. (2/2)

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@jonoabroad @bastardsheep Well, “blocking access” is the same (DNS poison or URL filter), just the purpose is different… (1/2)

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@R_Chirgwin @bastardsheep That’s a fair summary, yes. But you can his VPN services that advertise infringing uses etc under consumer law.

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And the @abcriverina spot is done. I’ll try to get a recording to put on the website later.

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@abcriverina I seem to be on speakerphone in the studio.

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@bastardsheep Briefly, the “problem” of VPNs in the context of copyright infringement will be tackle by other means. Reassuring, eh?

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_youhadonejob Trust nothing.. pic.twitter.com/o3FYlEt15j

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@bastardsheep What you saw was probably something about VPNs that I understand but can’t explain in a tweet.

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I was going to link to what @ISOCAU said about site-blocking, but last night’s press release isn’t on their website. internet.org.au

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Sadly, @abcriverina isn’t streamed on the internets yet, so you’ll have to be in that region of Australia to listen.

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I’m talking about AU’s forthcoming copyright-infringing site-blocking regime zdnet.com/article/labor-… on @abcriverina just after 0900 AEST.

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@mskaff Indeed. This seems to be my most recent thoughts on LinkedIn. cso.com.au/article/427055…

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@mskaff I created a profile some time back. I haven’t logged in to LinkedIn in ages, or updates that in years. Mid-2012 at the most recent.

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@mskaff I stopped paying attention to LinkedIn after one too many “privacy oopsies” the other year. I wonder if they’ve lifted their game.

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@jonoabroad @shoerust @R_Chirgwin I tweeted that days ago. Jonathan. Days ago.

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@mskaff I couldn’t say. I don’t use LinkedIn. (I suppose I should see how out of date I am now some time.)

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“Kaspersky being hacked is a lesson for us all”, writes @gcluley grahamcluley.com/2015/06/kasper…

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KetanJ0 Bill Shortern’s comments yesterday were pretttttttty wild pic.twitter.com/1O9n0tg480

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SofieHagen It’s not going well for me on Tinder. pic.twitter.com/9wddmBvhzD

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“Charlie For iPhone Introduces You To Who You’ll Meet Before Your Meeting” lifehacker.com.au/2015/06/charli…

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Fri plan: Bookkeeping (done); clear inbox; research; 1200 interview; lunch, Katoomba; more research; @5at5daily; evening TBA.

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alexismadrigal According to this study, about 20% of you will really hate the phrase, “moist paradise.” fusion.net/story/148611/s…

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@j_hutch Perhaps. Depends where we do it.

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KetanJ0 It’s 07:31 and no prominent public figure has yet declared a falsehood, made people feel scared, or expressed feelpinions about wind farms.

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@rhysam Thanks for the clarification, Rhys.

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Mind you, @SBSNews, if there’s a market for footage of boofheads getting their bones broken, I’ll grab a camera and head out now. Deadline?

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This is a news story? Of the dozen or so most important things to know about today, this is one of them? twitter.com/SBSNews/status…

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red_mercer that looks about right pic.twitter.com/I8P7FSqBTE

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Hey good news, everyone! Las Vegas is going to have the most awesome surf beaches! twitter.com/MotherJones/st…

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“Speaking as a former counterintelligence officer, it really doesn’t get much worse than this,” says @20committee of the US OPM hack. Yes.

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“Hacking as Offensive Counterintelligence”, writes @20committee, a former counterintelligence officer. 20committee.com/2015/06/08/hac…

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“Hackers stole personal data on every US federal employee, says union”. writes @zackwhittaker zdnet.com/article/hacker…

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Ah. The @australian can tell that link has been passed on. Look, it’s an amusing story, anyway.

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This is why Melbourne’s Scotch College produces more Order of Australia winners than any other school. theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/sc… HT so many.

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Fri plan, draft: Bookkeeping; clear inbox; research; 1200 interview; lunch, Katoomba; more research; @5at5daily; evening TBA.

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Friday. There is a loud shriek, a smashing of glass. Nausea. Disgust. No, it’s no about you. Honestly, it’s not. But please leave. Friday.

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