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An open letter to the Editor of the ‘Racing Post’

‘Delivering all a horse racing enthusiast needs and more since 1986’

Your line, but I no longer think so, why?

Your publication survives on limited sources of income; one of which is the horse racing punter. 195 more words

Tech Industry Violating Consumer Rights

The advancement in computer technologies has bring revolution in our day to day lifestyle, However, these technologies has a very serious implications and violates the basic consumer rights. 271 more words

Sorry Barratt, why “we’re fixing it” just isn’t good enough.

I’ve touched on this subject before in prior posts, but having become very familiar with other cases of appalling new-build construction, I felt it was worth talking in more depth about the impact that discovering your house is riddled with… 651 more words

The Streisand Effect - featured on Stuff.co.nz

The Streisand effect is the phenomenon whereby an attempt to hide, remove, or censor a piece of information has the unintended consequence of publicising the information more widely, usually facilitated by the Internet. 227 more words

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Guarding Against Charity Scams

PHOTO CREDIT: US Dollars ID: 280422 © Manuel Hoo | Dreamstime Stock Photos

Thanks to announcements by State Attorney Phil Archer and other watchdogs interested in protecting consumers, potential donors are more aware of the myriad charity scams ready to take their cash — in person, by phone or over the Internet. 133 more words

State Attorney Phil Archer

‘Hook the mugs, shaft the shrewdies’

Breaking news – 17/06/2015 11:52:52

A Trader Reveals

We recently introduced our retired off-course bookmaking Trader (see: ‘Size’ does matter – 15/06/2015): To follow, his next contribution. 206 more words