Tuesday July 5, 2011
" Googling for "sexual activity" site:fitbit.com would’ve given you the profiles of Fitbit users who were both sharing their activity logs and counting sexual activity as part of their calorie-burning efforts."
Thursday January 27, 2011
Very very cunning, not disimilar than the CSS :visited hack, but a bit easier. Tempted to use this.
Sunday December 5, 2010
I remember him being detained at Newark earlier in the year, before Wikileaks became such a hot topic. A member of cDc, the Tor project and now apparently on the run in the US (taken with a grain of salt)
Wednesday November 24, 2010
"In order to enter the USA, I was never touched, I was never “Backscatted,” and I was never metal detected. In the end, it took 2.5 hours, but I proved that it is possible."
Wednesday October 27, 2010
Thoughts on it's sudden popularity throwing new light on an old problem. We're also starting to see some sites push out fixes.
Wednesday September 1, 2010
"Privacy in a broad sense is under attack these days on a range of fronts: electronic surveillance, terrorism laws, growing police powers, business practices associated with information mining and marketing, and new technologies."
Tuesday May 25, 2010
A fantastic article in response to the recent referrer leaking freak out. A look at the combination of techniques needed to provide a referrer-masking direct cross browser. Really interesting stuff, especially the note about not being an open redirect. There's a lot in common with Last.fm's recent redirection work.
Wednesday October 14, 2009
Interesting wired article experimenting with total-geo-awareness.
Monday June 8, 2009
TOSBack is a project of The Electronic Frontier Foundation, it keeps track of major sites Terms of Service documents, highlighting changes.
Friday April 3, 2009
Angry residents of a Buckinghamshire village blocked the driver of a Google Street View car when he started taking photographs of their homes.
Sunday March 29, 2009
"The Home Secretary is to pay back parliamentary allowances claimed for pay-per-view television services, reportedly including two adult films." - And this is exactly why expenses records should be 100% public.
Friday March 27, 2009
With the rise of the database state and firms profiting from user-profiling, it's vital to resist surveillance and ensure the integrity of your digital personality. From technologies like PGP and Tor to the arguments that will convince people - friends and family as well as media and politicians - to watch out for their digital rights, this event is your anti-surveillance 101.
Saturday March 21, 2009
I started using Twitter a couple of years ago, following the buzz of SXSW ‘07. I started out,...