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Digital Dark Age – And don’t tell me, Google is here to help?

Today we have an article about a digital dark age and how all the data stored for this generation could be lost: Technology could mean that our lives are lost to history, according to experts. What experts am I left wondering and what could happen that would destroy all the data? Lack of backup’s? an … Continue reading

Privacy supporters remain quiet? & The hypocrisy of “data”?

Or/ Is this an example of the double standards which privacy supporters have? Let me set the record straight for anyone who is new to this blog.  I agree with CCTV, the more the better.  I think that as a crime prevention tool and an additional source of evidence for a case, they are second … Continue reading

T-Mobile it’s data & what do file sharers think?

Is £5000 a deterrent?   Its been well reported in the last week about the personal data that T-Mobile has alleged to have lost control over and subsequently it appears that some unscrupulous employee’s have sold that data on. The worth of that data being that rival companies could use it to sell new subscriptions … Continue reading

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Writer/Novelist of many facets both in the world of technology and fantasy/sci-fi. Co-host of the TechBytes audiocast and writer for both OpenBytes and Goblin's Domain. Supporter of free and open source software.

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