Some things you simply cannot prove ...

Chatting to a former colleague who still works for a former organisation in the last twenty four hours.

Naturally there is some considerable entertainment over the current media coverage. Some of it comical, some of it watching others get on the bandwagon to promote their agendas. Alas some of it inaccurate ... based on the facts that we see presented.

Nevertheless, that is the nature of a media circus, we have to simply sit back and wait for 'some' of the truth the emerge.

What we cannot prove it,  it is their suspicion that some of this debacle is being censored within the organisation. It is as if some of the sites that can be seen via their mobile devices are blocked within the main network infrastructure.

Interesting isn't it?

Not dubious sites, involving fluffy kittens and anything else that would entertain the pubic demands of a 16 year old. Instead this would seem to be respected news sites and those involving the unions.

One cannot prove anything and this is entirely conjecture. I am sure someone more informed could shed some light on the accuracy of this notion.


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