Posts Tagged: privacy

Tiburon and I guess the whole world is going to have to start making airspace rules. I don’t care if you have a quadropter. I don’t care that you have an HD mounted camera on a gimble. I don’t even Continue Reading…

This is the most important thing you will listen to *THIS YEAR* regarding your privacy concerns, the internet, lawlessness online…. thanks +Ars Technica and +NPR‘s +NPR Fresh Air ! http://www.npr.org/2013/08/20/213562362/wild-wild-web-policing-an-early-lawless-internet It Continue Reading…

The 4th Amendment doesn’t extend to 3rd party agreements. Privacy is a trick and diversion. Let’s talk about civil liberties before they’re gone, as well.

This is very curious. Everyone is concerned about the notion of “privacy”, *except* when they don’t think it applies. Is it hard for people to understand that transparency & accountability obliterate Continue Reading…

Culled from the web / not my words. All I want to know is what happens when facial recognition software is ubiquitous and automatic?  For those very many of you with something to hide…. you might Continue Reading…