Tag Archives: online privacy and security

Privacy Idolatry

There is no privacy, so get used to it. This is not the counsel of nihilism and despair, but of cynicism. You do not have privacy, particularly involving electronic communications. Start with that as your bottom line. As previously noted … Continue reading

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BOHICA on Encryption

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

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Keeping Track of Snakes in the Grass

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

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Handing It Out for Free

There’s a fundamental problem with some websites, particularly those that do business with individuals via accounts that require logins. Some of them do it in a very insecure manner. While they do require logins with cookies and so forth, they … Continue reading

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It Doesn’t End until You Die

The mission of revelation in this fallen world doesn’t end with any of us. Our Father’s glory blazed long before us, and will continue long after us. But we are permitted the grand privilege of participating in His glory if … Continue reading

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Only When They Feel the Heat

As long as people don’t get burned, they aren’t going to change anything that really matters. This is why privacy advocates will remain voices in the wilderness. The Big Tech privacy rapists have figured out how to remove the immediacy … Continue reading

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Social Media Hijack Vulnerabilities

I know that some of you still use Facebook; that’s your business. The problem is that Facebook is like the Borg in wanting to take over your virtual life. Stop and think about all the different services you know about … Continue reading

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