If you’re reading the news, you’ve probably seen hoards of tech journalists up in arms about S.J. Resolution 34. In a nutshell, this is an agreement by Congress to overturn a rule passed late last year by the FCC. The rule itself prohibited Internet service providers (ISPs) from collecting and sharing data about their customers […]
For some access, I use an anonymous VPN proxy. When publishers block that kind of a VPN, I instead roll my own network with a Raspberry Pi from home.
How much control are we really giving up to anonymous developers with access to an update hook? How secure are our machines?
The passage of legislation requiring all Internet-based data about Russian citizens to be hosted on servers physically hosted in Russia is both inspiring and terrifying.
Have you considered your new TV might be spying on you?
Even if your site is browsed over HTTPS, it can be insecure if any assets (images, scripts, styles) are transferred over an HTTP connection. This will trigger a “mixed content” warning in the browser that many will brush off as unimportant. The warning can be a major issue for some sites, though, and I want to explain why.