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My stories today on Infosecurity Magazine…

My stories today on Infosecurity Magazine…

…including, what price privacy (answer: a BlackBerry); the danger in automated filtering (anti-censor political party gets censored); and Mozilla’s semi-hidden warning to Microsoft (watch out for anti-trust suits).

The Blackberry Project: how easily do we sell our privacy?

The Singularity Hub, ‘a community for those excited about the future’, has taken another look at the Blackberry Project and concludes that the younger generation is embracing a new view of privacy.
14 May 2012

The German Pirate Party fights censorship, but is it being censored?

While the Pirate Party wins seats in the German North Rhine-Westphalia state elections, a “shitstorm” about automated filtering starts to brew.
14 May 2012

Mozilla’s objection to IE-only Windows on ARM: a major row in the making

Windows is not Apple’s iOS, says Mozilla’s top lawyer after the organization complained that Firefox and other browsers would be excluded from Windows RT running on ARM systems.
14 May 2012

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