@JonathanCrowley Super powers, maybe? BTW: Where’s that taken from? F train?
More than anything, if you’re the National Surveillance State right now, you crave a bloody shirt you might wave to try to blow back the tide of thoughtfulness and rationality precipitated by Edward Snowden’s whistleblowing, and by the extremely careful reporting accompanying it thus far.via The Heart of the Matter: David Miranda and the Preclusion of Privacy, Part 2.
RT @0xabad1dea: I’m that horrible person who’s judgmental of all code like it’s been submitted to a high art gallery
Schneier provides a well thought breakdown of the actual reasons for and implications of the David Miranda detainion. schneier.com/blog/archives/â€¦
A public or private organization’s best defense against whistle-blowers is to refrain from doing things it doesn’t want to read about on the front page of the newspaper.
@dens New app idea: Gamification of getting to bed early: PushingFortySquare
RT @JPBarlow: Watch the watchers. Surveil the Surveillance State. The price they *must* pay for our privacy is their secrecy