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Police Close Climategate Investigation

Bulldust Go for a spin... (277 comments)

After reading the Norfolk police statement and the Nature blog, it is interesting to compare and contrast. The police have no idea who did it, and found no evidence to suggest UEA employees or associates did it, but that is a tad different to Nature which claims UEA staff/associates were "ruled out." If you have no idea whodunnit how can you rule out UEA staff/associates? Ironic that the current Nature cover next to the article has the title "Go it a spin." PS> Yes, I am THAT Bulldust ... hence the interest in the articles.

more than 2 years ago
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Researchers Expose New Credit Card Fraud Risk

Bulldust Incredible urge... (219 comments)

I just have the urge to put my new chip Visa card into a Diebold... but I am afraid it will crash the Interwebs.

more than 6 years ago

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Australian Federal Court rules for patent over breast cancer gene

Bulldust Bulldust writes  |  about 2 years ago

Bulldust (1248230) writes "Federal Court in Australia has ruled in favour of US biotechnology company Myriad Genetics enabling them to continue to hold the patent over the so-called breast cancer gene BRCA1. The same patent is also being reconsidered by the US Supreme Court in the current session."
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Aussie Reserve Bank eyeing eBay's PayPal Policy

Bulldust Bulldust writes  |  more than 6 years ago

Bulldust (1248230) writes "Regular readers will recollect the recent story that eBay is forcing Australian users over to PayPal or COD as the only forms of payment in June 2008: eBay Australia Makes PayPal Mandatory. It now appears that the Australian Reserve Bank will consider throwing its weight behind users, should the eBay policy be deemed to breach trade practice and competition laws."
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