Glenn Greenwald on Why Privacy Matters

I love his response to anyone who suggests that we don’t need privacy if we aren’t doing anything wrong. OK, go ahead and email me the passwords to ALL...

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One Reason I Love the Internet

Cross posted from my Child Abuse Survivor blog, with the following further thought. This is also a good example of why which social network you choose to use, matters....

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5 Dark Sharing Strategies Lawyers Need to Know #DarkShare tags:MM SocNetPres ABA TECHREPORT 2014 tags:LitSupport MM Judge Posner Says...

The Innocent Victims of the Sony Hack

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This is no joke. This is a risk all of us face, every single day, whether it’s with a work or a personal email account. We communicate electronically all the time. We share intimate details of our lives with the recipients of our messages assuming that it’ll never be public. It’s not social media after all. But if the network that stuff is sitting on gets hacked, it’s open season on whatever information you have there.

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3 Alternatives to the Now-Defunct TrueCrypt for Your Encryption Needs tags: MM Security FitBit Data, Apple watches, what’s next...