“All the focus on Johnson’s refusal to extend transition has been essentially about relations between the EU and the UK – whereas in fact it is equally important for internal UK relations.
By January 1, 2021 we need to know what the rules are which are actually going to govern trade within the UK – translating that it basically means what are going to be the constraints on the Scottish and Welsh parliaments?
What is England going to do if Scotland wants to take a different path on the environment, or on agriculture? What if Scotland decided they do want to ban a certain type of plastic, for example, which England allows?
What if Scotland decided they are going to ban chlorinated chicken, while Boris Johnson wants to have a trade deal with the US which might allow it in? These problems will happen and we need to know what the rules are.”
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Zoom security tip
Join Zoom meetings through your web browser rather than using the Zoom desktop software. The web browser version gets security enhancements faster.
“The web version sits in a sandbox in the browser and doesn’t have the permissions an installed app has, limiting the amount of harm it can potentially cause,” notes information-security company Kaspersky.
When you click a link to join a meeting, your browser will open a new tab and prompt you to use or install the Zoom desktop software. But in the fine print, there’s a link to “join from your browser.” Click that instead.
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The group were too quick to blame thier users for leaking phone numbers when a simple text file would have been enough to prevent the sensitive data appearing in search results.
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