Tag 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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More of less

Digital cameras: The more pixels and quality-enhancing features (filters, autocorrect et al), the bigger the mass of lousy to so-so-at-best pictures taken. Selfies as case in point. The less, percentage-wise, the real art photography — squared with more picture exposure … 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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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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Hacking not allowed

… at least, if you’re from an official agency that would have to stick to basic rules of common decency. Despite the push for the police to be allowed to exploit backdoors (and not report/repair them), the thing seems to … Continue reading

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No, you’re hacked

OK, we have a couple of little things: “It’s not if but when an organisation is hacked” This leads to access to some of your personal data however innocious (or not) Only a handful of your however innocious personal data … Continue reading

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Oops, there it is! (now you don’t, see it)

Suddenly, there it is, almost as if it’s something new … Malware using stego, as if it might still surprise anyone whereas of course there already was this, and this, and this and this. What next? Even smarter ad blockers … Continue reading

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