I recently read a New York Times article on how the US drug enforcement surveillance database supposedly dwarfs that of the
The rash of stories about state surveillance and
It is over five years since I first blogged on the theme of whether I would prefer to trust Google or GCHQ with the privacy of my e-mails. Material put into the public domain by the...
A recent posting on The Drum illustrates
In whose interest is it for BT to offer a short order, fibre solution to the premises solution to a community in rural Lancashire (I have had a geography lesson since I first posted this entry) that is too remote for fibre to the cabinet, in order to match the timescale offered by a local...
This morning I listed to the first episode of "Privacy Under Pressure" - it was Radio 4 at its best - with some of my favourite pundits. However, as is my wont, I looked through the other end of the telescope. Who really runs
I love a good conspiracy theory. It should have sufficient by way of checkable references to have a veneer of credibility while pandering to the prejudices of the listeners. The more that emerges about "PRISM", the more it appears to be a non-story. If it is correct that
The objectives of the Network and Information Security Directive are laudable but the approach does not fit with the
The “free market” on-line world is under attack from all directions: who wants to save what and why?BBC, BDUK, DCMS, Fraud, FSA, Google, Impersonation, Microsoft, NFA, Prism, RIPA, Which
Press cover for the supposed letter from Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Yahoo and Twitter to Theresa May needs to be placed in context. "Highly contentious" puts their position mildly. They are "between a...