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Ode to the dawn of the twilight Nothing much happened today. Nothing much at all. Congress did some stuff. Whatever. Well maybe not exactly whatever. See, there was formerly an uncodified mandate that ISPs (the mega corps that provide you with internet service) not do things like sift through, store and sell your browsing data. […]

Petitioner enjoyed the right to raise the defense of personal autonomy and privacy in the bedroom. Petitioner was denied the ability to raise his defense because of the language in People v. Giardino (2000) 82 Cal.App.4th 454 and People v. Dancy (2002) 102 Cal.App.4th 21.  This was accomplished by the reliance upon such phrases as: “Had […]

JAY LEIDERMAN AND VIVIEN LESNIK WEISMAN POSTER FROM ANONYMOUS VIDEO Jay Leiderman and Vivien Lesnik Weisman and are featured in the below picture.  Jay was a participant, a “talking head” in a critically acclaimed documentary that Vivien wrote, directed and and produced.  Through this, they have moved to the forefront of the war on hackers, otherwise knows as the […]

What is the Importance of Promptly Updating your Operating System / Software on iPhone? The thing to remember about application updates is that they usually make relatively small changes. These changes are mostly bug fixes some plug security vulnerabilities or changes to enhance compatibility with a new version of the operating system or any other […]

Skype and thе Recent Dеvеlорmеntѕ Rеgаrdіng Whіѕtlеblоwеrѕ аt thе NSA and Mass Collection of Data When thе Guardian rеvеаlеd іn thе ѕummеr of 2013 thаt thе Nаtіоnаl Sесurіtу Agency (NSA) had bееn kееріng lоgѕ of phone саllѕ аnd hаd bасkdооrѕ іntо most рорulаr wеbѕіtеѕ аnd online services, реорlе bесаmе rіghtlу wоrrіеd. Fоr years, companies lіkе […]