Yesterday I wrote a l-o-n-g post discussing how governments are trying to steal our fundamental right to privacy from us – the spurious arguments they are using and why they must not be allowed to get away with it. Today I want to talk about the other players in the anti-privacy game. There is a […]

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Our right to privacy is a fundamental human right enshrined in law in every civilised country on the planet. Yte the governments of those same countries are claiming the right to open every private communication we make – email, text, phone call, video – all in the name of “fighting crime, terrorism, child sex abuse …”. Is this reasonable? Do they – should they have the right to act like this? What are the dangers that arise from them doing so?

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has published a comprehensive, non-technical guide to staying safe and private on-line at https://ssd.eff.org/en including briefings, tool guides to avoid attacks and assist privacy along with advice on such as how to choose a VPN that is right for you. Coming from the EFF the advice is independent and all […]

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This (https://www.wired.com/story/guide-artificial-intelligence/) article from Wired magazine is worth a read as it explains that “Artificial Intelligence” has been nothing more than a myth from the time the term came into existence and what is actually peddled under that name is no more than machines that have been “taught” to recognise certain patterns in certain, very […]

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Steps that can and should be taken to improve Internet Security

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Internet Security –Placing responsibility where it belongs

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Internet Security – The impact on users

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Internet Security Why and How data breaches occur

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Who is really responsible for Internet Security? Who is actually blame when someone is ‘hacked’?

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