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President Obama announced fresh sanctions against the government of Syria and Iran "and those who abet them, for using technologies to monitor, target and track its citizens...".
And yet we have CISPA. What about the citizens of the US? Will we be taking sanctions against the companies and organizations that track and monitor us?
I have a crazy idea: Why don't we start this one at home, and actually practice what we preach?
From: Obama Wants Sanctions On Governments Who Repress Or Monitor Their Citizens - Yet We Have CISPA
1 year ago on Conversation @ http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2012/04/27/tk
Excellent summary. Too bad that the battle over CISPA is already too late. The NSA is already building a $2B data center to handle the data.
1 year, 1 month ago on Understanding CISPA: How the Internet Must Take its Privacy Back
From my perspective, RIM should…
1) Hire a set of iOS, Android, and Windows developers.
2) Use them to create a set of RIM messaging apps based on their existing platform.
3) Convince new and existing Enterprise partners that they need to roll out a secure, cross-platform messaging system for their employees to use on their existing smartphones and tablets.
iMessage isn’t cross-platform. AIM and others don’t have the security brand or or the trusted back-end infrastructure that RIM has.
1 year, 1 month ago on Henry Blodget on RIM’s Earnings | PandoDaily