When the internet was founded, the use of the technology for pecuniary gain was a banishable offense. Now spying on people is considered the norm. Take Kissmetrics, which tracks people and connects their common browsing of websites across different computers and tablets so that people
Smart Store Privacy is a start, but only a start. It’s a little token of respect for privacy, providing a small territory of safety within a wide open field under the continual scrutiny of data hunters.
Over the next two weeks there will be three days of protest that are notable in a number of ways: They’re not your mother’s standard rally or march. The old 1960s form of protest is tried and true and bland and overdone and so regularized