A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

Hacks at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are practical jokes and pranks meant to prominently demonstrate technical aptitude and cleverness, or to commemorate popular culture and historical topics. The pranks are anonymously installed at night by hackers, usually, but not exclusively, undergraduate students. The actions of hackers are governed by an extensive and informal body of precedent, tradition, and ethics. [1]
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January 2011

Wales Office

October 2010

Cabinet Office
  • Professor of Behavioural Economics - Massachusetts Institute of Technology met with Gus O'Donnell, Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service, to discuss Seminar. [3]

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