• Surveillance State

    Why you should be worried about Five Eyes having access to every electronic device

    Source: MassPrivateI October 2, 2018 by mapi According to an article in the National Post the Five Eyes intelligence network is demanding tech companies provide a backdoor into all their electronic devices. “Canada joined its intelligence allies recently in demanding that technology companies co-operate with law enforcement agencies in allowing access to encrypted communications.” Although similar requests for co-operation have been made in the past, that “is the most aggressive call we’ve seen,” said Tamir Israel, a lawyer at the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic. The big change, according to Israel, is that governments are now saying “fix it for us or we will fix it for you.”…

  • Blockchain,  Technology

    How Blockchain Technology is Changing the World

    Source: IQS Directory February 2, 2018 Since the earliest days of the internet, community and security have been key topics associated with both the growth of the digital age and the difficulty of finding a secure place within it. A noble, albeit elusive goal, the tech giants of today still struggle with the open concept of the internet, while at the same time trying to guarantee with certain securities. Passwords, queries, and the infamous “I am not a robot” prompts are time tested solutions that keep us safe amongst an ever growing online population. But do they really? What if the community was the security? What if transactions done online…

  • Internet

    Internet Privacy

    U.S. Tries to Make It Easier to Wiretap the Internet “Federal law enforcement and national security officials are preparing to seek sweeping new regulations for the Internet, arguing that their ability to wiretap criminal and terrorism suspects is “going dark” as people increasingly communicate online instead of by telephone.” [The Feds want internet communication providers to re-design their services to allow plain text interception of messages…in the name of fighting terrorism of course.] New York Times 2010 September 27 Related Posts:Why you should be worried about Five Eyes having access to every electronic deviceHow Blockchain Technology is Changing the WorldOperation Red Pill News 2010 July 26TSA’s Roadmap for Airport Surveillance…