Mar 022021
 March 2, 2021  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court, Election2016

Porter Wells reports: Inc. convinced a federal judge on Monday to dismiss a lawsuit by California residents who claimed the genealogy-based company’s inclusion of their photos in its Yearbook database violated their privacy rights. The California residents didn’t allege an injury in fact to support their proposed class action [Read More…]

Nov 092016
 November 9, 2016  Posted by  Election2016

“We have met the enemy and he is us.” – Pogo Possum, 1971. Pogo was right. Yesterday, despite pleas and warnings from non-Americans to “don’t fuck this up,” America did. How we did that, and why we did that will be fodder for a million articles and historians for decades to [Read More…]

Nov 082016
 November 8, 2016  Posted by  Election2016

After an interminably long campaign that gave us two awful choices by our two major political parties, and after “debates” that never seemed to address privacy issue, it’s time for you to vote. I cannot, in good conscience, tell you to vote based on privacy issues.  But if you care about civil [Read More…]