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Big Data Oversight or Persecution by Algorithm?

March 24, 2014


We are at an event horizon of yet another seismic shift in technologies progression and impact on our everyday lives. A shift that on the surface is all but invisible and little understood by many but is already resonating deep into the core fabric of our freedom and liberty as individuals and society at large. […]

Windows 8.1 Update 1 – Are you serious!

March 12, 2014


Having now had the Windows 8.1 Update 1 installed since it was inadvertently leaked last week I can only hope that the version leaked is a Beta, a work in progress, in fact a VERY early work in progress if not Alpha. Headlining the attention Microsoft was giving to this Update was the meant to […]

Social Media, the Identity Thief’s best Friend

March 3, 2014


Are you a squeaky hinge? Do you seep PII (Personal Identifiable Information)? Are you the weakest link? When I do reviews of individual’s online visibility and exposure to Identity Theft or raised profile for physical burglary it is not always the individual themselves who are the cause of their downfall but third parties. A compromised […]