25 September, 2011
Georgia v Russia (no. 2) is one of those rare occasions.
Eingestellt von Cedric Housset um 10:47 PM
18 September, 2011
Just found this (slightly funny) bit:
So no more like button? Wouldn't that be annoying? Then we'd actually have to think of something to write on our friends' status instead of just (lazy as we are) clicking the like button...By EUOBSERVERGerman consumer protection minister Ilse Aigner has said that social networking site Facebook's 'like' button is in breach of EU and German data privacy laws, reports Handelsblatt newspaper. Data protections officers fear that companies can use the information about which consumers click on 'like' buttons for advertising purposes.
14 September, 2011
08 September, 2011
The eternal discussion of national sovereignty contra unification (or federalism) is highlighted as the pressure of austerity measures on member states of the Eurozone lead to increasing popular unrest. To add a little extra spice to the discussion, the Dutch government has proposed that Eurozone members who do not implement sufficient measures to tackle economic problems should be appointed a European commissioner who, temporarily, will take control of spending decisions. Refusal to such an appointment should, according to the Government, lead to expulsion from the Eurozone.
Eingestellt von Cedric Housset um 9:49 PM