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Archive for the 'Security & Privacy' Category

Spain Raids Catalonian Internet Registry Offices

by @ Thursday, September 21st, 2017. Filed under Grumbles, Security & Privacy

The Portable Consultant knows the Internet is no longer an open network, even in the developed world: DotCat Registry Offices Raided by Spanish Police Cheers! -tpc

New web data powers plan for police

by @ Sunday, November 23rd, 2014. Filed under New Paradigms, Security & Privacy

The Portable Consultant sees stories like this from countries like Australia, Canada, and the UK on a regular basis these days: New web data powers plan for police http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-30166477             Cheers, -pmh

With Amazon your ebooks are rented

by @ Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009. Filed under Copyfight, Emerging, Grumbles, New Media, New Paradigms, Security & Privacy

The Portable Consultant was both dismayed and amused to read that Amazon does not actually “sell” the books you “buy” for your Kindle. Let’s be clear: if your property can be altered, recalled, or reclaimed by the seller without your permission and knowledge you never really owned that property. Home foreclosure and car repossession are […]

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