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This week's net.wars, "Antepenultimate", carps about the choices forced on us by the way UK banks are implementing 2FA under PSD2: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

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This week's net.wars, "The law of the camera", is dismayed by the privatization of public space that facial recognition at Kings Cross represents: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

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This week's net.wars, "Collision course", considers the mismatch between growing mass surveillance systems and concerns about our democratic future: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Burn rate", rather gloomily notes that we are burning through every kind of capital at an unsustainable rate:
pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition" argues that it's time to lose the fantasy that personal data can be anonymized (with thanks to @einsteinsattic for the inspiration): pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "When we were", attends the 50th reunion of
CompuServe. "Established 1969 - Impact Forever", the event's banner
read: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "I never paid for it in my life", takes issue with Jaron Lanier's notion that the companies should pay us for our data: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "The China Syndrome", watches the Hong Kong protests become the vector for exporting censorship: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Digital London", attends the Greater London Authority intelligence unit's "New Methods" event and finds civic tech about people: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Balancing acts", visits the latest local-vs-global internet dispute, the CJEU decision on Google's dereferencing habits: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Jumping the shark", mulls @wsj
's report that Amazon is altering its search results to incorporate its own profitability: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Purposeful dystopianism" is thoughts after , where the agenda included death, cultural appropriation, and the Internet of nightmares: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Traffic stop", reminds that a no-deal Brexit would halt EU27-UK data flows under GDPR (unless individual legal arrangements): pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Antepenultimate", carps about the choices forced on us by the way UK banks are implementing 2FA under PSD2: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "The law of the camera", is dismayed by the privatization of public space that facial recognition at Kings Cross represents: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Collision course", considers the mismatch between growing mass surveillance systems and concerns about our democratic future: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Unfortunately recurring phenomena", finds this summer's lesser news to be like an auto-playing social media feed: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Open season", mulls the court ruling in Knight First Amendment Institute v. Trump, which held that blocking critics on Twitter violated their 1st Amendment rights. Will it mean open season on female politicians?: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Legal friction", tries to make sense of the complaint being levied against the Internet Archive by authors and publishers organizations: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Failure to cooperate" reviews Lynn Nottage's (@lynnbrooklyn) Sweat and Virginia Eubanks' (@poptechworks) Automating Inequality: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Party games" watches the weird mix of decaying feudalism and pointlessness that was this week's conservative leadership contest: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "Matrices of numbers", reviews @sciencemuseum's exhibition of autonomous vehicles: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

This week's net.wars, "The right to lie", finds new definitions at , courtesy of @thepamdixon, @hoofnagle, Najarian Peters, and Carleen Zybrzycki: pelicancrossing.net/netwars/20

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