This is from May but I’m a bit behind in some of my reading. However it is worth every moment you’ll spend reading it. A great deal of confusion has been created by the distinction between data and metadata, as though there were a difference and spying on metadata were less serious. Illegal interception...Read more →
Short documentary on the lives of young scrap workers growing up in the e-waste trade of central Accra, Ghana. A ImageFiction Films and Dazed Digital production Directed by Sam Goldwater Produced by Isobel Mascarenhas-Whitman Facebook: facebook.com/ImageFictionFilms Twitter: @imagefiction imagefictionfilms.com samgoldwater.comRead more →
I’ve managed to get my previous post blocked by the filter at work.
In my Windows 10 presentation yesterday a question was asked about the Windows 10 Technical Preview having a keylogger. I said it did and that I remember clicking through a EULA as part of the install. Well, I happened to have taken a photo of the screen I recall clicking OK on and here...Read more →
Help preserve history with just one click. The New York Times archives are full of advertisements that give glimpses into daily life and cultural history. Help us digitize our historic ads by answering simple questions. You’ll be creating a unique resource for historians, advertisers and the public — and leaving your mark on history....Read more →
Eternal gratitude to anyone who can find me a copy of this film.
So what IS the anonabox? The anonabox is a networking device that provides anonymous Internet access and encryption, and helps to bypass censorship in places where access to the Internet is limited. Reliable Anonymity The anonabox has been developed and refined for the sole purpose of running the open source software Tor, considered the...Read more →