VPN is important protection when you use public-access WiFi, and many now rely on it to protect them from government snooping. Do you trust it?
Sierra, new MacBooks and MacBook Pros, APFS, Affinity Photo, malware, surveillance – 2016 was perhaps not as bad as it seemed.
How hard-won freedoms are being taken away by lies, stealth, and guile. A warning to other democracies.
Seven years ago, I compared rising surveillance to the vile practices of the Stasi. Now it is happening: email, webcam, and more private communications are being scanned in bulk.
Did any of the predictions I made on New Year’s Day work out? Some proved to be spookily accurate after all.
With new vulnerabilities to be disclosed in secure web (HTTPS) connections, could these be officially exploited in UK government snooping?
HyperCard was revolutionary, but we now have much better. The UK government is set to clash with Apple and others over encryption.
The UK’s National Crime Agency has revealed how it plans to force Apple to open up encryption to it. Will it work?
Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, and Yahoo together have a lot of clout. More than the UK government?