s.215 Patriot Act is due for renewal in June 2015

And you have a chance to do something to stop the indiscriminate surveillance practices used by the U.S. government agencies. It seems that the Act that was created in a single month has one part that is being abused and this is section 215. To find out more check here. Stop 215 (video) Even if … Continue reading s.215 Patriot Act is due for renewal in June 2015

MSIPR, SIPRM, PIRMS, IPMSR? No it’s PRISM!

Yes so in whatever form PRISM does exist. I talked about it... well more rolled over this in previous posts. Now everything that you may want to know about PRISM to date, that is by 12 June can be found here. Now there are two parts here, or maybe three. 1) collection of communications that … Continue reading MSIPR, SIPRM, PIRMS, IPMSR? No it’s PRISM!

Patriots in the Cloud

More post on the danger of the PATRIOT Act when it comes to the storing of personal data in the cloud in the U.S. by David Lacey. In August I posted something more on this. It is not just your data being stored in a U.S. cloud that can be accessed by such law as … Continue reading Patriots in the Cloud

Cloud and conflicting privacy laws

One of the biggest dilemmas with cloud services is that in theory it shouldn't matter where your data is stored in the public cloud, just that it is secured appropriately, and only you get appropriate access and nobody else gets inappropriate access 😉 But it's much more complicated. Every country has its own laws about … Continue reading Cloud and conflicting privacy laws