Monthly Archives: November 2014

Tech Strings

“Where are the Snowdens of yesteryear?” – Joseph Heller, Catch 22, 1961 is the San Francisco-based website that first covered the Silicon Valley wage-fixing cartel and most harshly scrutinised Pierre Omidyar’s motives for putting $250 million into his … Continue reading

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From The Guardian: Ikea funds went to Romanian secret police in communist era

Secret police files reveal six-figure payments to Ceausescu’s henchmen, as retailer denies knowingly paying Securitate. by the Deviant’s Matei Rosca in Bucharest  

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This is Iulian Nanu’s world and we are all just living in it

Editor’s memo   Such as it is, here’s the inevitable first guest post on this site.   Tired with office routine and disillusioned by the rat race of corporate Britain, a friend of the Deviant decided one year ago to … Continue reading

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