Posts Tagged ‘Social Media Risks’

NYS CyberSecurity Conference 2013 – Social Media & Cloud Computing Threats to Privacy, Security and Liberty – A Global Perspective – June 4 2013 June 4, 2012, 3 PM   Following on the heels of the critically acclaimed NCSC.NL presentation, we look at how Governments, Corporations and Private Citizens are using Cloud Computing, […]

Peter Teffer interviews Raj Goel

After the NCSC 2013 presentation, Peter Teffer interviewed me.   Here’s a (very poor) Google translation of his original Dutch article If we do not ask, we will not get. […]

NCSC Conference 2013

850 people from 12 countries NATO personnel, Military lawyers, Europol, Private Sectors, US DHS and FBI…all gathered in the Conference Center at The Hague. Best conference I’ve been to in […]

Michael Ahti – How China controls the internet

The NCSC conference 2013 was an amazing event #1   Michael Ahti’s presentation on how China controls their internet (and how other countries are copying their model) was education and […]

De Volkskrant – Beware The Little Sisters

The NCSC conference 2013 was an amazing event #2   My presentation went over well – got lots of kudos and De Volkskrant selected it as one of their favorite […]

Facebook likes considered key evidence in terrorist plot

Congress passed the Patriot Act to help law enforcement foil terrorists. The National Security Letter provision made it significantly easy for the FBI to gather data from web hosts, telecom […]

Admit to being an Athiest, go to jail

The internet (and subsequently, Social Media) have been touted as tools that promote democracy, openness and a civil society. More and more, these tools are being used by Governments, Corporations […]

Racist anti-Obama Facebook post gets woman fired

Being a racist is stupid.  Human, but stupid. Being a racist AND posting online…that’s just dumb. Racist + online postings + assassination threats against a US president?  That’s the holy […]

What can we learn about ECPA and Patriot Act from the Petraeus affair

Your email has LESS protections than postal mails, or even postcards. Cops can search your emails without notifying you. The feds have a large body of tools, and legal maneuvers […]

Automatic Facebook couple pages – uncomfortable data mining

While nothing Facebook is doing in this case is illegal, it IS unsettling. Showing relationships between existing data is technically neat, but socially gawky. What next? Automatic family pages? Automatic […]