Couple spends a month in jail for making soap!

This story is just an example of how even though you’ve done nothing wrong, you can still get caught up in a scandal!  http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2525059/Pennsylvania-couple-spend-month-jail-police-believe-soap-cocaine.html

Wow, is all I can say…

Take a few minutes to read this article on website tracking, watch the video.  It’s amazing how our privacy is being exploited.  They ransacked his mother’s home in Germany!  This is complete overkill in my opinion.

http://haydenjameslee.com/evidence-my-isp-may-be-making-money-from-tracking-its-customers/

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There is still a lot of work to be done to make our service useable by everyone. A lot of documentation needs to be written for all the different platforms we support, more concentrators have to be deployed, and more more more more. But I believe we are at the point of satisfying our design goals.

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… He recalled a conversation with his wife in 1973, sitting on a New Jersey park bench. “I told her that we were headed into a world where people would have important, intimate, long-term relationships with people they had never met face to face,” he said. “I was worried about privacy in that world, and that’s why I was working on cryptography.”

– Whitfield Diffie via Ars Technica

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