The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @pwgallagher ever

June 2013

Nannies with scissors: unaccountable ASIC censoring of ‘suspect’ websites. ISPs don’t seem to object! http://t.co/8z4u1EfV1q

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To the polls on his record (disowned even by caucus)? On hers (ditto)? We all loose when Labor stands with and for nothing but themselves::

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A is just a mess on the carpet; what the grown-ups have to clean up later (if any are left in the Labor party).

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My novel of cyber war, government betrayal and an assault on Google (“Cloud of Lies” is.gd/KwxOa9) was created in @ScrivenerApp

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snlester RT @mattyglesias Unlike Snowden, the US intel community would never make an alliance of convenience with unsavory regimes.

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Good meeting @LowyInstitute on trade initiatives for G20 next year. Discussion no doubt better than G20 participants will have.

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6;00 AM 1km car queue to Melb airport terminals. This airport a disgrace to city.

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On ABC RN at noon on the Safeguard inquiries on processed fruit and tomatoes is.gd/cwnBt8

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@snlester Process can be substantial :-) When ACTA finally surfaced it was nearly innocuous. But secrecy killed its credibility long before.

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@snlester Trade agreements bind parliaments: secret processes are wrong. Exec hides what it wants unknown until choices are only yea or nay.

via Tweetbot for iOS in reply to snlester

One upon a time airline security worked without idiotic, unreliable, un-selective scanning. http://t.co/ywd2LVKM75

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Odd but true: it takes longer to open less than more. Michael Geist details the Canada - EU Trade Agreement agony http://t.co/phIkN8hyVg

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My essay for Lowy’s G20 Monitor on minimizing damage to the trading system from mega-regional blocs:: is.gd/U8BH5w

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How can government snoops use metadata? Here, just one data point on 254 people outs a troublemaker::http://t.co/BZFQWUyTOw

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JulieKNovak Very sad news of the passing of esteemed Australian economist Helen Hughes, I benefited greatly from her insights on indigenous education

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 9:57 PM, Jun 15th, 2013 via Tweetbot for iOS)

Obama and Xi to discuss siege tactics. One builds a wall around the Internet, the other mines under it. Neither is safe.

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‘Treasures of tinsel and sheen’: RT @SincDavidson: Midnight in Altona http://t.co/pGK6TPBIUt

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My (rejected, unpublished) 2009 (semi)-thriller “The Classic of Music” showed how NSA created its Google ‘back door’ is.gd/tntfmH

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Globalized market = f(transnational firms, investments); governments bicker over whether to get out of the way: is.gd/zqPQa2

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@howserob @Carydc sure, but not to that extent! See PC estimates http://t.co/5Hxa6n6wUh and Aus. report in earlier tweet.

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@howserob Report is propaganda. Emissions fall mostly due to change in generation mix (more hydro) and lower output is.gd/cV2BVZ

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Bash programming teaches parsimony, refinement: the keys to good writing. FizzBuzz tutorial is great fun: http://t.co/eXN2vIPihJ

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Gleick presents Smolin’s argument that time is not absolute: “In the real world it is always some particular moment.” http://t.co/RA8uUw9uoC

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