I have had beside me for 30 years my Oxford English Dictionary, wherever I have had a desk
That great scholarship this week collided head-on with Twitter and a moron (colloq. A stupid or slow-witted person; a fool, 1922).
The report reminds members that comments they make on social media are not part of parliamentary proceedings.
By following the right process, websites can reduce their exposure under the new Harmful Digital Communications Act.
Twitter has been on a New Zealand roadshow, hoping to entice publishers and advertisers alike to encourage use of the social media website.
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