Could we be getting “NSA fatigue”? No, I’m not talking about the obvious weariness that we have about the National Security Agency’s actions. I’m talking about the news. Has there simply been so much that has come out about their activities over the past few months that blockbuster news doesn’t even grab our attention anymore?… Continue reading Why the NSA tapping of Google and Yahoo clouds is more dangerous than PRISM
It’s a rant Thursday, I suppose. What has happened in the world that demands that Americans must consider their own government to be an enemy that requires actions of defense? In a very short period of time, the realm that was once controlled by conspiracy theorists has gone mainstream. Millions of Americans are concerned about… Continue reading Is the NSA situation actually part of bigger plan?
There are entities in the world of technology that are out to get us. They want our data. They want to know our whereabouts. They want to limit the amount of internet we can access and they want to control which websites we can visit. They have billions of dollars they think they can protect… Continue reading Are we due for a technological revolt?
No, the NSA can’t magically hack all iPhones and smartphones, but just like malware developers, it has more than a few tricks up its sleeve for retrieving data stored on mobile devices. Is your smartphone a sitting duck for government intelligence agencies? Fears about the security afforded by smartphones rose sharply over the weekend, after… Continue reading 5 vulnerabilities the NSA can use on your smartphone
His is a face that will be remembered for years and a name that will be remembered for decades. It isn’t what he revealed that will cause his legacy to endure. It’s the effects of his actions that will continue to resonate as long as the United States is still a world super power. When… Continue reading The Snowden snowball effect: why one man started an avalanche