Tag: Privacy

What if Google is Just the Scribe of Time?

Strangely, when I read this article, I didn’t see the monolithic corporation vying for all our attention. I read between the lines a little and recognized a true value of cataloged information. Wasn’t there once an alien film where an advanced alien race had access to moments in time? They could rearrange events on their transparent blue walls to make… Read more →

Privacy is for Chumps.

You’re kidding yourself if you think that you have any privacy in the online world. All of the data that you electronically transmit, from your granny’s recipe for apple pie to the “encrypted” NDA you just emailed your newest client, your data is out there, forever, stored in a robots brain and being searched and systematically deconstructed for no reason… Read more →