Tag Archives: Edward Snowden

The Global Implications of the Alleged Gemalto Hack

The February 20, 2015 article in the Technology Section of the Wall Street Journal titled Digital-Security Firm Gemalto Probes Alleged U.S., U.K. Hack raises questions regarding the safety of the global community from alleged hacking. These global, national, personal, political, and economic security concerns are precipitating a “moral climate” of mistrust “marked by a push […]

User Privacy — Why the Delay With Compliancy?

The September 18, 2013 article by Stephen Shankland, published on the CNET News website, “Advertiser Group: Do Not Track Web Privacy Effort is Dead“, addresses the monitoring issues on how users do not want their information tracked. I began to ponder why, after two years in the making, it is taking so long to develop a compliance policy that protects the […]