UK Liberty

Sound advice

Posted in database state, freedom of speech, privacy, surveillance society by ukliberty on September 5, 2008

David Mery:

What you publish today, what you give to others – who may store it in a database and then lose it (just look at all the hard disks, laptops, USB keys recently lost by the Government and banks) -, what is obtained on you (through surveillance or sousveillance) or what information you reveal when achieving some specific goals such as a search query (see Gregory Conti’s Could Googling take down a president?) or posting a geo-tagged picture (see Jan Chipchase’s Great to see you. Just not around here) may haunt you when you least expect it. …

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