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Google Suffers New Privacy Setback in Japan – WSJ – similar ruling to the landmark one in Spain that set up the right to be forgotten

FireChat Wasn’t Meant For Protests. Here’s How It Worked (Or Didn’t) at Occupy Central | TechPresident – interesting critique on FireChat as a technology platform

Network service providers in China ordered to provide user data | WantChinaTimes – brings law into line with US, UK, Australia, Sweden etc

DRS Unveils Very Small SIGINT Sensor « Breaking Defense – interesting commercial applications

Cold fusion reactor verified by third-party researchers, seems to have 1 million times the energy density of gasoline – here we go again…

Gates and Ballmer NOT ON SPEAKING TERMS – report | The Register – this is a bit sad, I think Gates was right about not buying Nokia though

“PR should punch above its weight in the mix,” says WPP chief Sorrell | PR Week – interesting piece from Martin Sorrell. I feel that there is substantial dissonance between what he’s said and the reality

How China’s anti-umbrella propaganda failed in Hong Kong | Quartz – interesting consumer media consumption patterns. A smart government would use this data and adapt their approach accordingly

Surging Mac sales put Apple among top five global PC vendors for first time, IDC says | AppleInsider – ok there are issues around the sales figures collected by the analyst houses

HTC’s Desire Eye wants to be the king of selfies | The Verge – interesting move, is it a fad?

Stealth, countermeasures, and ELINT | CIA – interesting early history on stealth

Unilever, BT Group, Coca-Cola, Marks & Spencer and Carlsberg have founded a new online media on sustainable living— – interesting that they are banding together, says a lot about the media industry

囧司徒每日秀中文网 Daily Show – Chinese fan curated content of John Stewart’s Daily Show

Facebook Readies App Allowing Anonymity – – we’ll see, I am sure that there is an angle somewhere on this

iOS 8 Adoption Stagnates Just Two and a Half Weeks After Launch – Mac Rumors – the comments section is particularly interesting

CAN at the Moscow International Festival “Circle of Lights” (11/12 October 2014) – this looks amazing