I've seen way too many comments about people using VPNs and/or Tor as a shield to any kind of possible breach of privacy and/or security in general. I'm going to attempt to explain very simply what they do, because these are good tools, but using them the wrong way can void their purpose.... Read more.. . ..
As written on the W3C's Twitter feed: Motion Picture Association of America, Inc. joined W3C (no period at the end of the sentence either, standards are already breaking apart).
Microsoft, Google and Netflix have already been hacking away at the W3C's v...Read more.. . ..
I'm tired of hearing this: If I have nothing to hide I have nothing to fear. There are so many things wrong with this phrase, yet so many people repeat this whenever there is a discussion about the latest story about governments spying on everyone.
Sometimes you mig...Read more.. . ..
Internet in the UK is messed up in it's own original way. Indeed, censorship is mostly voluntary.
The main ISPs in the UK have been getting very busy setting up systems to block access to certain websi...Read more.. . ..
Lately in the news, some mayor smoked crack, the scandal lasted months with the Bob first denying and then admitting his acts.
The part I think blows is the part where the media focuses so much on this relatively insignificant story when there are so many other things to report. Even on...Read more.. . ..
This should probably be a series. How many times have you read an article written by a "specialist" in some domain that you happen to know a bit about, only to realise that it's crap ? Crap that many people will read and believe.Read more.. . ..