No Room for Privacy in a Singular World?

For better or worse in the world of Singularity there is no room for much privacy.  Being that everything will be interconnected and shared.  Which brings us full circle to when the Internet was in its infancy and there was no such thing as passwords or security.  There comes a tipping point where in the […]

Iceland and the New Need for Free Speech and Cryptography

The name Wikileaks has become part of the general vernacular ever since their release of the 91k+ documents related to the US war in Afghanistan.  But another related topic has only been touched upon as a side note to the leakage of these once secret documents.  Iceland has recently only been on people’s minds in […]

Bye Bye Facebook “Like”Buttons

As some of you might notice I have turned off and uninstalled the WordPress plugin that allows you to “Like” posts on this site.  I have been reading daily for the past week or more the numerous privacy changes. Feel free to have a read of the numerous articles on Facebook and Privacy that have […]

33 bits, 5 Degrees of Separation, Facebook and You

Now, I am sure many of you are wondering what in the hell I am talking about when it comes to the 33 bits and 5 Degrees of Separation in the title of this post– let me explain. There are 6.6 billion people in the world.  So in order to figure out who you are […]

Privacy Threats in BitTorrent Uncovered

A French group of security researchers have come up with some very interesting results in terms of the level of privacy one can expect and the simplicity of which someone can monitor BitTorrent traffic.  Which is kinda scary for everyone using it especially those who like to download large amounts of music and movies. 😉  […]