I’ve been using the Firefox plug-in Ghostery for some time now to prevent web-tracking scripts, except when there was a buggy release that prevented Firefox from closing down cleanly. I just upgraded Ubuntu GNU/Linux to 10.04 (Lucid Lynx), and as… Continue reading →
Here’s a report criticising recent Government pronouncements on DNA data retention (one of many to surface on the internet today) Public being misled over DNA benefits – Public Service. In the runup to the UK elections, the main political parties… Continue reading →
The Register reports that Mobile networks line up to bash net snooping plan. El Reg has used FoI requests to obtain information related to the public consultation on the UK Government’s euphemistically named “Internet Modernisation Programme”, under which all ISPs… Continue reading →
Zuckerberg pictures exposed by Facebook privacy roll-back • The RegisterServes him right. And everyone should take care to keep their Facebook data restricted to those they actually want to see it. Powered by ScribeFire.
The unelected Sith Lord Mandelson, who appears to have collared vast acres of political power in the UK via his all-encompassing ministry has his Digital Economy reports Ars Technica: UK “Pirate Finder General” law innocuous now, could get ugly. This… Continue reading →