Category Archives: Privacy

Forever on Page 50

With all the talk about whatever ends up on the Internet, will be around to be found forever, there’s a couple of things: It may be on the Internet still, however erased according to the Right to be Forgotten, but … Continue reading

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Tragic users

Isn’t it a tragedy that those that would most need full but fully inconspicuous, unnoticable security on socmed et al., are the ones that care the least? This, both in careful scouring of legalese and practical settings, tools, and what … Continue reading

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One extra for Two AI tipping point(er)s

To add, to the post below of a month ago. This here piece, on how AI software is now writing (better) AI software. Still in its infancy, but if you recall the Singularity praise (terroristic future), you see how fast … Continue reading

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On your own, or forever be weak

Just a note that ‘cyber’security vendors (that hate #ditchcyber) will not save you whatever their claims are. Because they live off the perpetuation of the problem, and will make you weaker by lack of upkeep of your strengths at whatever … Continue reading

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Non Dad Bots

With all the attention having gone to the not-so-Russian-or-are-they hacks, and some ransomware and CES17 news, over the past couple of months, one could have forgotten that not too long before, there was the wavelet (not like this) of hype … Continue reading

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Secret Health

The year hasn’t started in earnest, and already we’re swamped in news about the over-easy hackability in and/or frequent leakage of medical data from the Care sector — haha we aren’t swamped but rather, quite ignore the news because either … Continue reading

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And … down goes LI

OK, so has a new platform risen yet, where ppl can just have their resumés and contacts and that sort of stuff, beyond the diversion that LinkedIn is on ..? ‘Cause all the talk you read, isn’t about what actual … Continue reading

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