Category Archives: Civil Liberties

Event Report: EPFL Congress On Privacy And Surveillance

I went to the Congress on Privacy and Surveillance at the EPFL last week. The day-long conference was a rare opportunity to listen to some of the most renowned technical and legal experts in the field. When Pamela Jones closed … Continue reading

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The Future Of Privacy

I’ve been working on other things for the last few days, or at least trying to accomplish a few things despite the inevitable distractions. My post last week about Facebook struck a chord. Traffic has broken all records, surpassing the … Continue reading

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Fear is the mind killer

Although the subject of this post is a considerable departure from my original intentions for this blog, something terrible is happening, and I’d like to share my thoughts about it. I don’t have any other place to do so. In … Continue reading

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