The latest on Snowden

Well whether you believe him to be a traitor or a whistleblower, seems that Snowden was granted asylum by Russia. He is traveling around the country, fascinated by the history, and is managing this without being recognized. He has received many job offers. So who knows what is in store for him. Read more at … Continue reading The latest on Snowden

More on Snowden

There has been another Guardian exclusive - online access to Snowden Q&A that is worth a look if you're just a little intrigued by all the excitement. Make yourself a cup of coffee first though 😉 What seems to be clear is that when Snowden says NSA has direct access to the 9 main Internet … Continue reading More on Snowden

Dilemmas concerning privacy

There's a really fun article written by Daniel Sandström in the Svd Culture section (16 June). SvD is one of the two main Swedish national newspapers. It is in main about the dilemmas we face as 1) a citizen and, 2) consumer. It is about how our selfish choices made in the guise of (2) … Continue reading Dilemmas concerning privacy

NSA leak scandal and Snowden

What a mess with all these emotions flying around on Ed Snowden and his actions. In the one camp are those proclaiming Snowden as a traitor, and in the other extreme camp, he is a hero, a whistleblower! The fact that the US are wire-tapping has been known for years, it's just that the fact … Continue reading NSA leak scandal and Snowden