This is a very interesting experiment – and actually very, very frightening:
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You might know the problem if you are working in consulting: You have to fill out the report, form whom you spent your time. And then you forgot to fill in the tool and all of a sudden you have a hard time figuring out where you have been.
There is a revolution: iPhone solves . . . → Read More: iPhone saves you the trouble of reporting your working time
I often read two kinds of articles when it comes to ISPs and protecting privacy. In side asks for as much privacy as possible, the other one for transparency to fight cybercrime. What is our real goal? What is the role of ISPs in fighting crime? An interesting study by the OECD in comparison with an article I read today. . . . → Read More: Fighting Crime and Protecting Privacy–a Contradiction?
It is always bad, if comics have a significant portion of truth… . . . → Read More: When Identity Theft and Privacy Meet
This discussion is very old: How much privacy are we willing to give up to help to fight crime. This discussion has to be held in a society. The FBI just kick-started it again in the US. . . . → Read More: What is More Important to You? Privacy or Safety?
Sometimes I wonder whether I am too paranoid. I just got a call, which went like that:
Caller: “Hello, we are doing a health insurance survey and have just three questions for you, would you mind to join in? Just 20 seconds. We do it for Health Insurance statistics.” Me: Was in a very good . . . → Read More: Am I Too Paranoid?