every life is stranger than fiction, by Shava Nerad Unpopular Nonfiction
ZDNet reports that Target covered up the extent of the breach during the holiday season.  Not just debit cards and pins, which could have allowed […]
The Guardian tells us that Director of National Intelligence Clapper didn’t lie about collecting bulk metadata, when questioned by privacy lion Senator Ron Wyden (D […]
The Guardian is up front and personal on this one — I read it yesterday and yet, the story seems to not be propagating much […]
An old association of mine, Craig Smith, used to publish the Journal of Strategic Philanthropy — a title which never failed to make me cringe. […]
They don’t let Kashmir Hill write headlines like mine on Forbes, so I have to do it for her.  Fun article.  Go read.  Come back. […]
So, I’m biased.  They say they didn’t break Tor Hidden Services, and I believe them.  They’ve already listed a lot of reasons of how their […]
Dear The Guardian: I don’t believe the FBI, and neither should you. It seems like a dubious “error” — the FBI has a long history […]
The NYTimes reports today that in his well reasoned statements, Edward Snowden says he carefully kept NSA secrets away from both the Chinese and Russians, and […]
too long.  dense.  full of links.  read.   Foreign Policy magazine is a magazine I recommend highly.  I have no idea why they aren’t as […]
If you can canonize an iconoclast, The Guardian is giving it a shot for journalist Seymour Hersh: Seymour Hersh has got some extreme ideas on […]
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