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The Institution Of Privacy Isn't Going Anywhere

Privacy is no more vulnerable than the production or consumption of goods. It is an idea which has survived global war, economic depression, and erosion by governments and corporations.

Unpacking The Carpenter v. United States Decision

The Supreme Court found that law enforcement and US government agencies must obtain a warrant before requesting an individual's cell-site location information (CSLI). But there are caveats.

We Cannot Ignore Children In Cages

As a country, we have kidnapped children from their parents and imprisoned them. Our tax dollars pay our government to carry out these actions, our corporations directly contribute, and we are all culpable.

Put A Fork In Caddy; It's Done

Caddy was supposed to be great: a modern web server configured for TLS and HTTP2 out of the box. But its only developer announced it will soon collect telemetry from its users by default.

Now Is The Perfect Time For An RSS Renaissance

As privacy and security breaches make headlines, we clamor for a decentralized internet. RSS doesn't offer perfect privacy, but it's one step back and two steps forward in the right direction.

Switzerland's "NSA" Comes Online In Two Weeks

Wide-sweeping laws will affect internet access, email, and "other telecommunications services", including messaging services, social networking communications, cloud platforms, and proxy services.

This Apple Core Is Rotten

What was once the champion of user experience is now a corporation led by sales and marketing executives making unilateral and arbitrary decisions. I'm calling it. Apple is dead.

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