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What would you do if this happened to you?

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Thats been the law here since before 2018. You have little rights once you pass the customs out or before passing customs on the way in.

Basically we just adopted USA and UK laws on that. And like the USA & UK usually they take a complete copy of the phone for processing. No need to wonder what they copied, they copied the whole damn lot.

OTH they can do all the cavity searches they want, bag searches etc.

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Another Web3 critique. Meet the new boss…

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“Universal” for artists :man_shrugging:

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My mate in Limerick reports the price of weed is already increasing because of this… He’s quite “artistic” himself :slight_smile:

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Monet, Monet, Monet…

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I’m a bit of a piss artist wounder if I count lol

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Kinda cool - don’t sell your crypto (so no cap gains tax). Instead use as collateral for a mortgage. When mortgage is repaid, you get crypto back.

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Could be a major development in the crypto-sphere if Google is really jumping in.

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“Bitcoin jumps”
Must have been a small hop I don’t see any sign of a jump.

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It’s just Tyler Durden seeing things again…

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Haha nice one @Sascha !

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Isn’t that just working for the government 2.0

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Perth start-up tackles one of the biggest data migrations in history

https://12ft.io/proxy?q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.afr.com%2Ftechnology%2Fperth-start-up-scores-key-role-in-microsoft-s-ambitious-cloud-project-20220118-p59p5w

The UK Met Office allocated £1.2 billion in February 2020 to build a supercomputer that, at the time, was described as twice as powerful as any other supercomputer in the country and among the top 25 computers in the world. As part of the project, Tape Ark will migrate 220 petabytes of data to the cloud.

there’s over a billion tapes that have been created that contain everything from medical and science research through to business transactions. That is all trapped on tape, where it’s inaccessible to modern technology

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