Tag: privacy

Updated Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy I’ve updated the site privacy policy here. It now includes my attitudes to people making false claims and/or pretending they’re something they’re not.  I don’t mind nom-de-plumes, pseudonyms or even people who want to be anonymous – after all Strangely Perfect is but one of my alter-egos!  Making false claims, deception and stuff…
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July 31, 2014 0
People should not be afraid of their governments

Privacy. Today, we took it back and blocked mass government surveillance.

Privacy.  It is Starting to Work! Huge parts of the web are off limits to bulk snooping by Corporations and Governments. We are resetting the net! Today, we took back privacy and blocked government surveillance.   It’s still not possible to be totally safe on-line.  But we have made it harder.  Much Harder.  A host of…
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June 9, 2014 1

Boundless Hypocrisy Over Kate’s Tits

Public Breast-beating Over Middleton Paparazzi Photos You must understand that there is no news today. Everything is celebrity, sport and royal in the UK. Everyone has a media correspondent, a sports correspondent and a royal correspondent. Reporters just report on the latest twitter feed.  No-one searches. There are several aspects to this boob photos media…
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September 17, 2012 6

Privacy and the EU Directive

I’ve updated this website’s and the Crawling Chaos website’s privacy policies to comply with the UK version of the EU Cookie Directive, starting on 26 May 2012.  Basically, it’s a fudge.  See this Guardian article. In essence, to comply, I’m maintaining everyone’s freedom to act including my own.  Cookies (the text files dumped in your…
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June 8, 2012 0

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