Cloud Services provide us with much needed convenience for sure. However, does this same convenience mean reducing our ownership rights, and our ability to make decisions about our data once it’s on the cloud platforms? It is time we stand firm and ask that laws are put in place to give us back our digital freedoms and control.
Apple have for a very long time been lying to the world about how they encrypt your data. Apple claims only you have access to your encrypted data but this has NEVER been true. Apple openly release your encrypted data along with your encryption key when requested.
We all know about those dreaded terms and conditions… they are lengthy, complicated central thesis requiring a Phd in Law to comprehend. We constantly agree to be bound by terms without realising it. The question is… whom do the terms and conditions provide protection for; you whom owns your data, or the organisation whom wants your data? FaceApp has hit the media with a storm recently and not because it’s virtually making the world population much older. Read on to see if the terms truly protect you, the user or the organisation.
Your new privacy and security settings are proving somewhat useless. Smart devices are allowing app developers the ability to strip our personal data through side channels even if we’ve restricted access via our Pointless Privacy settings.
Today I would like to share with you a little something special. My youngest daughter has written many stories since she was born. Now she has written another amazing story (River Monster). I would like to share this story with you today. I thought it was a very well written, and well presented for a… Continue reading The River Monster – A Nine Year Old’s Story