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Quantitative Easing Four is here

Issue 44/2019

Google's not so bad

Does Google leverage its users' browsing history and personal emails for profit? Of course. But at least it's upfront about it. Not so your internet service provider (ISP), to which you probably pay a […] Read on →

Delivered on 12 November, 2019


Kimbal Musk and the SolarCity lawsuit

Issue 43/2019

Privacy in a digital world

Digital privacy is important, but involves potentially costly trade-offs: unless you're willing to cede some privacy, you'll miss out on a seemingly ever-growing number of services which depend on you […] Read on →

Delivered on 05 November, 2019


Don't trust valuations

Issue 42/2019

The Libra witch trials

We're back! For those who wondered where the newsletter went, I was off in Japan watching the Wallabies crash and burn out of the Rugby World Cup. Rugby Australia needs a complete overhaul and while t […] Read on →

Delivered on 29 October, 2019


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A brief hiatus

UPDATE: We'll be back on 2019/10/29.As mentioned last week, there will be no Finely Balanced issues until either the end of the Rugby World Cup or the Wallabies are eliminated, whichever comes first.W […] Read on →

Posted by Justin Pyvis on 24 Sep, 2019


Goodbye brick and mortar

Issue 41/2019

The war on Big Tech

It's on. All of these articles are from last week:Microsoft President: Democracy Is At Stake. Regulate Big Tech »France and Germany agree to block Facebook's Libra »Google faces antitrust investigatio […] Read on →

Delivered on 17 September, 2019