Archive for the category "security"

Digital Democracy

The more information governments (or their agents) collect on the individual, the more power we give them. Without a digital democracy we must trust that this power is used wisely and with restraint. Read more »

Open and Social Week

My previous post looks like a rant. I think the events of Tuesday allowed a long running issue I had with Government (mostly web) security to spill out. The post was quickly written. I’m usually not as apparently irate, I’m … Read more »

Over and over and over and over….

It happens over and over again. Today the BBC reported that Her Majesty’s (HM) Revenue and Customs has lost the bank details of 15 million(!) child support recipients, apparently that’s all of them. The story is probably going to develop … Read more »