amanfromMars 1 Tue 5 Jan 19:53  …… just asking a few deeper and darker questions on
Re: Is this designed to confuse and terrorise?
“Ignorance of the law is no excuse” …….. tfewster
Quite so, …. however, how about ignorance of a fact or a fiction being a secret, tfewster? Is there a law designed to allow one to be prosecuted or persecuted for sharing one of those which practically hardly anyone knows and which might be, or might later be classified COSMIC Top Secret?
Any sort of cogent guidance on that very particular and peculiar matter would be much appreciated, such is the extreme nature of certain emerging virtual fields of investigation and experimentation nowadays that might entertain and warrant such a premium primary security classification.
I can’t help thinking such classifications will only be recognised and needed to be heeded by those expert in the field[s] of concern/especial certain interest for no one else will realise that there be colossal dangers readily available.
amanfromMars 1 Wed 6 Jan 07:14  ……. being inquisitive on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/01/05/nhs_digital_8m_contract_xlab/
A Most Inconvenient Question for UKGBNI Governments to Answer
Regarding the unseemly great rush and government push to vaccinate, has big pharma been promised immunity from all manner of criminal and/or public and/or private prosecutions should innocent patients or ignorant test guinea pigs suffer life-changing and/or life threatening and even fatal reactions to what are pimped and pumped as essential life-saving jabs?
It appear to be so, and causing concern elsewhere, and it is surely unlikely to be fake news …….. https://www.rt.com/news/511635-peru-pfizer-legal-immunity/
amanfromMars 1 Wed 6 Jan 07:37  …… giving praise where praise is due on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/01/05/nhs_digital_8m_contract_xlab/
Re: £8m contract without competition
Nice one, Mat Barrow, X-Lab CEO Thanks for the info and missing intel.
I’m sure you can perfectly understand the greater concern though, that no contest government contracts can raise and the value for money that they can all too easily not provide … other than the public sector funding enrichment of dodgy private principals.
amanfromMars 1 Wed 6 Jan 12:47  ……… asking a few more questions on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2021/01/05/nhs_digital_8m_contract_xlab/
Re: A Most Inconvenient Question for UKGBNI Governments to Answer
Thanks for that quite comprehensive informative reply, Jellied Eel, answering a Most Inconvenient Question. 🙂 Sometimes El Reg is even better than Google 🙂
And quite why anyone/anything would down vote it is a mystery surely answered relatively recently by Albert Einstein [RIP] ……… Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the former.
One imagines though, with the recent significant change of recommended time between first initial and second booster injections of vaccine, there may be some difficulty in ensuring immunity is securely guaranteed according to Regulation 345 of the Human Medicines Regulations of 2012 …. The new regulation, Regulation 345 of the Human Medicines Regulations of 2012, prohibits civil liability against Pfizer or healthcare professionals distributing the vaccine for any damage that arises through use of the vaccine “in accordance” with its recommended use.
I wonder who/what in government is in charge of clarifying that little gem for great unwashed public consumption? ……… or as is the more common adopted practice of so many inept government wonks, avoiding answering the question.