Monthly Archives: April 2017

Newspapers, subscriptions, and privacy

Quite often now, when I click on a link to a news article, I am greeted by a message explaining that I will not be able to see it. In some cases, the news site asks me to please turn … Continue reading

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Privacy’s Reductio Ad Absurdum

For Internet Privacy advocates like me, the recent vote by Congress to authorize ISP to sell customer information is disheartening. But it is also a proof that the current attacks on privacy in the Internet are not sustainable, a “reduction … Continue reading

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