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Author Archives: Ed Hurst
Two stories on information warfare. 1. Here is an excellent reason for doing whatever it takes to bring your IT in-house. A class of IT business called “managed service provider” (MSP) specializes in some other particular type of business. They … Continue reading
My life is not amenable to smart phones. If I carry it where I can’t lose it, then I also can’t hear it. If I carry where I can hear it, I am likely to lose it. Today I lost … Continue reading
First, let’s remind ourselves of the basic principle of government: Nobody has any business poking around in your daily life if they aren’t related by blood or covenant. That comes down from our Creator. So far as I know, no … Continue reading
Out of the blue, Google sent me a recovery notice using an address I used ages ago, that still automatically forwards to a current one on my static server account. I had no idea what I had on Google that … Continue reading
If you took the time to read that long MintPress report linked in yesterday’s post, you may still be struggling to absorb the whole thing. I wouldn’t blame you. Had I not already brushed up against some of this, I’m … Continue reading
It’s more than a matter of privacy; the electronic spying has already led to false positives and innocent people being persecuted. Let me recommend this rather long story about spying via 911 call services in the US. Keep in mind … Continue reading