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Last 50 tweets from @earleyedition
A #DaylightSaving cartoon from @firstdogonmoon. Now we suffer from all the complaining! Ain't that the truth. I'm in Queensland right now, coming back to NSW tomorrow. Much daylight. So confusion buff.ly/3BVts20
Oh no Daylight Saving is back! Now we suffer from all the complaining! | First Dog on the Moon
theguardian.com
 
 
Dave Earley Retweeted ·  
I know it seems deeply embarrassing in America that a bunch of us are enraged that a black lady played a flute but in the UK a bunch of them are super agitated that it’s not immediately apparent whether a cartoon alien has a dick
 
Read Murph's book extract, and you can watch @JuliaGillard's misogyny speech in full here theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2… from when it was voted the most unforgettable moment in Australian TV history
Julia Gillard's misogyny speech voted 'most unforgettable' moment in Australian TV history
theguardian.com
Almost a decade ago, I reported @JuliaGillard’s misogyny speech live. Here’s what I’ve learned in the ensuing years. Thanks to @lucykateclark for this edit of a longer book chapter theguardian.com/world/2022/sep…
 
Dave Earley Retweeted ·  
Almost a decade ago, I reported @JuliaGillard’s misogyny speech live. Here’s what I’ve learned in the ensuing years. Thanks to @lucykateclark for this edit of a longer book chapter theguardian.com/world/2022/sep…
I will not: how Julia Gillards words of white-hot anger reverberated around the world
theguardian.com
 
In reply to @earleyedition
Optus, within 24hrs of an overdue bill: Fire out those SMS and email comms, this customer needs to be informed! pic.twitter.com/aLMCvEVU7H
Replying to @earleyedition
Optus, 1wk after the data breach, still no direct comms (SMS or email) about it. Meanwhile Australian federal police launch ‘Operation Guardian’ to protect identity of 10,000 #OptusDataBreach victims theguardian.com/business/2022/…
Optus data breach: federal police launch Operation Guardian to protect identity of 10,000 victims
theguardian.com
 
Optus, 3 days after #optusbreach: fine, put a popup on the app pointing to press release optus.com.au/about/media-ce…

#Optus, 1wk after the #OptusDataBreach: fine, make a landing page & put a popup on the app optus.com.au/support/cybera…

Ok, SMS & email? Nah, doesn't meet that threshold pic.twitter.com/FyqLx27c7R
Replying to @earleyedition
Optus, within 24hrs of an overdue bill: Fire out those SMS and email comms, this customer needs to be informed!
 
Optus, 3 days after #optusbreach: fine, put a popup on the app pointing to press release optus.com.au/about/media-ce…

#Optus, 1wk after the #OptusDataBreach: fine, make a landing page & put a popup on the app optus.com.au/support/cybera…

Ok, SMS & email? Nah, doesn't meet that threshold
 
Dave Earley Retweeted ·  
Clearly he wasn't cancelled hard enough last time (the column next week will be about the reaction to this one)
 
Dave Earley Retweeted ·  
Renting in sydney right now…
 
Dave Earley Retweeted ·  
Hi 👋 @tedcruz and @mattbilinsky, it's me. What’s really “disturbing” are the factual errors and conspiratorial fear-mongering in this thread. The stakes of allowing this level of misinformation to spread are too high to ignore. 🧵(1/16)
 
Putin will sign treaties on Friday annexing the four territories in occupied Ukraine where Russia held sham referendums over the last week theguardian.com/world/2022/sep…
Giving sham referendums the full election coverage treatment. pic.twitter.com/9HioTFw52Z
 
Me in the morning conference: “Hey, a school in Sydney has found a map that shows all the students who have hooked up with each-other. You want 1,500 words on that?” #HeartbreakHigh pic.twitter.com/b9KJqNnJdr
 
Perhaps mass extinction is good? Who knows? pic.twitter.com/pjrCjXrTOm
Replying to @PSyvret
"intellectual modesty" lol
 
 
Dave Earley Retweeted ·  
In reply to @joshgnosis
Optus seems to have deleted this release overnight. I am trying to find out why. 🤨
 
Dave Earley Retweeted ·  
NEW: Remember when Trump took a trip to Japan back in 2019 and reports surfaced that the WH requested the move the USS John McCain out of view so it wouldn't upset Trump?

Well, I #FOIA'd the military for docs about this & 3 yrs later they just arrived

"This just makes me sad"
 
some exciting news....(BRAGGING, NOT HUMBLE) Reasons Not to Worry has only been in the world a matter of days - and it has sold out its first print run and in the non-fiction Top 10. Thanks for reading it and supporting !!!!! I;m STOIC-K-ED
Replying to @BrigidWD
Congratulations!
 
Dave Earley Retweeted ·  
Is the important message that she is a fascist?
 
Remember how @PaulineHansonOz's far right @OneNationAus party tried to get $20m from the @NRA to soften Australia's gun laws? theguardian.com/australia-news…

No? Pauline Hanson would like to remind you how her far right party tried to get $20m from the NRA to soften Australia's gun laws
 
Remember how @PaulineHansonOz's far right @OneNationAus party tried to get $20m from the @NRA to soften Australia's gun laws? theguardian.com/australia-news…

No? Pauline Hanson would like to remind you how her far right party tried to get $20m from the NRA to soften Australia's gun laws
One Nation's James Ashby filmed seeking $20m from NRA to weaken Australia's gun laws
theguardian.com
Senator Pauline Hanson wants the new National Anti-Corruption Commission to investigate the ABC over footage it obtained from Al-Jazeera that showed One Nation trying to get cash from the NRA to soften Australian gun laws.
 
Dave Earley Retweeted ·  
Words. What are they? What do they even mean? 🤔
 
Quite the headline/intro on @Guardian business live blog

UK warned ‘utterly irresponsible’ policy could drive pound below dollar and euro parity
• former US Treasury secretary warns the first step in regaining credibility is not saying incredible things buff.ly/3LOmbpe
UK warned utterly irresponsible policy could drive pound below dollar and euro parity - business live
theguardian.com
 
 
Queensland and SA join NSW and Victoria in providing free drivers licence replacement after the #OptusDataBreach.

Optus is expected to bear the multi-million dollar replacement costs theguardian.com/australia-news…
Optus data breach: Australians will be able to change their drivers licence with telco to pay
theguardian.com
RE OPTUS HACK -

Good news for Queenslanders.

New licences, with new numbers, with be provided free of charge to Queenslanders impacted by the Optus breach.

Please attend a @TMRQld Customer Service Centre with documentation during open hours… 1/2
 
Had a great chat with @JPManga at @BusinessInsider about my Geekout Newsletter — How I turned a side hustle into something a little bit…bigger businessinsider.com/how-matt-navar… pic.twitter.com/1W3b652dmX
Replying to @MattNavarra @JPManga and 1 otherfalse
Well done, mate 👏
 
Australian government under pressure to reveal #OptusDataBreach plan as FBI called in to help buff.ly/3SjdRAp

And #Optus is now paying to put their press release at the top of key searches. Still no direct communication from them though 🤷🏻‍♂️ pic.twitter.com/eOUFWGhcpV
Replying to @earleyedition
Alleged Optus hacker apologises for data breach and drops ransom threat theguardian.com/business/2022/…
 
Australian government under pressure to reveal #OptusDataBreach plan as FBI called in to help buff.ly/3SjdRAp

And #Optus is now paying to put their press release at the top of key searches. Still no direct communication from them though 🤷🏻‍♂️
 
Dave Earley Retweeted ·  
In reply to @joshgnosis
Oh wait, now the user has posted an apology for posting the data and say they won't sell it.
 
Dave Earley Retweeted ·  
deleting your extortion threat on a hacking forum after the AFP announces an international operation is self care 😊
 
 
Dave Earley Retweeted ·  
The Optus hacker apparently wants $1 million, so basically the greatest data heist in history is worth less than a 2-bedroom apartment in Petersham.
 
Dave Earley Retweeted ·  
Play so your fiercest rival is like this when you retire #federer
 
Dave Earley Retweeted ·  
I’m always saying this.
 
Optus opposed changes to privacy laws to give customers more rights over their data buff.ly/3dBxQLN
Replying to @earleyedition
After the Optus hack I went and looked at what Optus had said in submissions recently about strengthening privacy law re protections and actions for customers. And surprise! theguardian.com/australia-news… pic.twitter.com/kwLI07r8hr
 
 
In reply to @joshgnosis
I am waiting for CEO to be fired. I am waiting for the fine that will be imposed on Optus. I am waiting for the regulator to make a statement (maybe they have I have missed it)
Replying to @WonderfulDay01 @joshgnosis and 1 otherfalse
I'm waiting for them to send an email telling me, a customer, that they were hacked.
 
The things you pick up when taking 3yo for an emergency bush dump on the side of the highway.

Only noticed just now, 30mins later when stopping for breakfast.
 
#BREAKING: Australia should compensate Torres Strait Islanders for climate change failure, UN says buff.ly/3R6f2BV

Story from @adamlmorton
 
Dave Earley Retweeted ·  
Every social marketing person picks on legal but right now a bunch of lawyers who spent 7 years in school are having to explain why you can’t use Adam Levine sext screenshots to sell cauliflower pizza bites.
 
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Dave Earley Retweeted ·  
In reply to @janalasser
What is unique about the situation in the US is that there is a very clear temporal trend: sharing of untrustworthy news sources by Republican Congress Members has doubled between 2016-18 and 2020-22 while the proportion of untrustworthy links for Democrats stays stable: 6/12
 
 
Once again, I am impressed with the quality of the ad targeting. This on the #Optus hack explainer buff.ly/3faX4B1

#optus pic.twitter.com/LUC50O6mZP
 
Once again, I am impressed with the quality of the ad targeting. This on the #Optus hack explainer buff.ly/3faX4B1

#optus
 
In reply to @_TimMcMahon
I think so. Pretty sure I read that on the statement
Ah yeah, first line "Following a cyberattack, Optus is investigating the possible unauthorised access of current and former customers’ information." optus.com.au/about/media-ce…
Optus notifies customers of cyberattack compromising customer information
optus.com.au
 
In reply to @earleyedition
Are former customers impacted? 🤔
Replying to @_TimMcMahon
I think so. Pretty sure I read that on the statement
 
In reply to @joshcnicholas
Was after seeing this tweet that I opened app to see that invitation to set up digital id 😅
 
Ahaha, just opened Optus app and first thing I noticed was the digital identity option. Add your drivers license and passport. "Safety and privacy built in." I'm gonna say....no thanks. buff.ly/3dvLRdI
 
 
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