I'm picking up where I left off here. In the introduction I discussed online privacy and technology. What I didn't mention in that initial post was an insight from Bruce Schneier. Large corporate institutions and the government (at least in the US) cooperate in order to evade the law. Public institutions are restricted from collecting some … Continue reading Tin Foil Hat – Part I “Nothing to Hide”
According Bloomberg Andrew's Air Force Base golf course (the President's favourite) is open but the commissary (grocery store) is closed. Time for this:
Except it's not. in the 3rd World. Is this the result of the economic stagnation and decay under this administration? Forward!
Drink hardy lads. Salon breaks the silence where the author writes about the reality of her basic nature versus her feminist instruction. Anytime someone puts "I love I hate" in the title of their article there is real passion being felt (barring hyperbole). "Male feminists" should read the article and take notes. A woman will … Continue reading A Bitter Cup for “Male Feminists”
This is a useful initiative. What is to keep the FCC from simply writing a regulation that bans the activity once criminals start using it? The many must be punished for the few. It would not surprise me: Across the US, from Maryland to Seattle, work is underway to construct user-owned wireless networks that will … Continue reading Meshnets
As long as things continue in the US as they are, especially in light of the IRS, NSA scandals, the intrusive, massive surveillance programs, and increasing taxes more people will renounce their citizenship as noted here. People want to be free and remain free. Frankly, I don't want the government to protect me against low … Continue reading Renunciation & Separation
There is a post at Zero Hedge that shows the current levels of income inequality world wide. It is not typically what one would expect to find in competitive markets. It is what one would expect to find in a rigged game. There is a downside to rigging a game and that is eventually people … Continue reading Income Inequality Global Look