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Forget dead man’s shoes, what about his fingers?

We often make some assumptions about dignity and privacy in death and even about the l efforts that would be put into investigating, say, our murder (if we are that unlucky.) But what happens when these worlds collide? Would you want law enforcement to use your corpse to unlock your phone to aid their investigation? … Continue reading

EU Right to be forgotten

Revisionist or human right?

Facebook scam pages

I’ve seen a lot of these recently popping up and too many of my friends are being fooled for comfort. So I’ve created a few rules you can use.

Spam: search engine registration

Curious, this one. The chances are that if you own a domain you’ve seen these. It’s a pretty scary format that looks all too official at first glance. Only three notes to put to you: This has nothing to do with your domain ownership You can register any domain with search engines yourself You can … Continue reading

Security Now: 9th year and still an excellent resource

The latest episode of Security Now shows how much changes and how much stays the same. One reason why Steve Gibson is so well respected  in the IT/IS security field is the depth of his experience, something cannot be replaced or ignored.  A constant over the past 8 years. Then we have security products and … Continue reading

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