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@Bleikhman I fail to see how hacking customer credit cards counts as "exposing". I also don't see what is wrong with them collaborating with government intel. They are an analyst doing what analysts do. What did they do that was bad? It is not like they were spying on individuals like the NSA was. What Hammond did was witch burning. He called them a witch because they looked ugly to him and burned them.
9 months ago on Hard Bargain: Even a super-hacktivist can’t change how sentencing works
@fogspider please elaborate on what Stratfor did that was so terrible that their customer's data deserved to be compromised? Without that clear evidence, Hammond tarnished the good causes promoted by hacktivism and deserves jail.
@RGO it would have been great if the policy had been no open carry.
11 months, 1 week ago on Conversation @ http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/228449
When Larry has someone reporting directly to him who is 100% focussed on Enterprise, then an enterprise will be able to trust that Google is serious about the enterprise. Until then, the enterprise business is a hobby for Google.
1 year, 1 month ago on Google wants to own enterprise, but it’ll do it Google style
BTW: Sean probably would not have had so much coverage of his wedding if it was not the most significant thing that he had accomplished in the last few years. Get back in the game Sean and show what you can do next!
1 year, 2 months ago on Sean Parker is right
I love the irony of TechCrunch and PandoDaily generating more page views by publishing articles about how the media is generating pageviews.
Glass might turn into something useful in verticals now that aa16z is involved ...
1 year, 4 months ago on Andreessen Horowitz, Google Ventures announce the Glass Collective
I find the "don't be a dick" comment pretty funny given my work on internet identity. Presentations
1 year, 5 months ago on The sharing economy: One place online where anonymity is overrated
Here is a video of a talk I did in 2006 on Identity 2.0
1 year, 7 months ago on Online identity is changing, but engagement is still key
I was hoping for a little more discussion about online identity besides a plug on a people discovery service. Oh well. Identity 2.0 is still a long ways away ...
The title of this story is correct -- the real issue of the hack was the password reset policy -- it was not an authentication issue. Even with two factor authentication, you need a mechanism to reset if you forget your password and/or lose your second factor (whatever that is).
2 years ago on Two-Step Verification Dances Around the Issue
Proving who we are online will continue to be problematic until the internet decides it wants an identity layer. The best way to deal with social engineering attacks is social engineering solutions, not a better mouse trap.