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NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK

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SATURDAY

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GET BEHIND THOSE EARS!

" ... The name means bathing day or literally translated pool day. The Viking was actually pretty clean and not just some dirty barbarians, they probably had better hygiene than other societies in that time period."

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

DSS 35 receiving data from Voyager 2 at 159b/s.
IN LOCK OFF 1 MCD2

Accessing the data used by companies to advertise to us on FB was hard: t.co/n1M8ZR1fOl.

But what about you? Did you join the campaign and sent DSAR to your advertisers ? Does your odyssey have a happy ending? We want to hear about it! Slide into our DMs 👀 nitter.net/privacyint/status/1

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK

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FRIDAY

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" Friday is either named after Frigg or Freya, the reason why it is unclear is that of conflicting sources. This is probably because some areas worshipped Frigg more than Freya and vise versa. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

ICYMI, here's the new mashup video @cassetteboy made for PI, about the UK government's technological hubris in response to the #coronavirus crisis.

You'll laugh, you might even cry. nitter.net/privacyint/status/1

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK

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THURSDAY

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" Thor is associated with the day Thursday which comes from the word Torsdag in the Scandinavian countries and in the Germanic countries it is called Donnerstag which means thunderday and comes from the word Donar, which was the name of Thor in the Germanic countries. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

The EU's top court has ruled that UK, French and Belgian mass surveillance regimes must respect privacy

But what does that mean for governments' data collection schemes? And what does it take to fight a legal battle lasting years?

privacyinternational.org/video nitter.net/privacyint/status/1

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK

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THURSDAY

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" Thor is associated with the day Thursday which comes from the word Torsdag in the Scandinavian countries and in the Germanic countries it is called Donnerstag which means thunderday and comes from the word Donar, which was the name of Thor in the Germanic countries. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

NORSE DAYS OF THE WEEK

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WEDNESDAY

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" The modern word “Wednesday” is named after Odin and it comes from the Germanic word Wotan which means “Odin” so Wednesday is “Odin’s day”. "

Source: norse-mythology.net/the-viking

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