The NAS revolution: Get your data out of the cloud
It turns out the cloud is kind of evil. We blithely put all our data online, right in the hands of giant corporations (and by extension, hackers and governments) who only too happily […]
How deep should one go into this privacy stuff, anyway?
Probably deeper than you thought. Here’s why. If you are convinced that privacy actually matters, and you really want to lock down your cyber-life, as I am trying to do, there are easy […]
A plea for protocols
The antidote to the abuses of big tech is the very thing that gave birth to the Internet itself: decentralized, neutral technical protocols. The thought that inspires my work. Ever since I started […]
We need to pay more for journalism. A lot more.
I’m going to say a few obvious things, and then then a few unobvious things, about the business model for news publishing. Obvious thing #1: One of the most consequential facts of the […]
Why does information privacy matter, again?
It’s not just because you are a criminal and the coppers might catch you. Or because you really, really hate big corporations who just want to sell you stuff more easily. Or because […]