Nudity, privacy and Apple’s tardy security

The recent iCloud celebrities’ nude photo hack (I’m trying really hard not to slip into -gate mode and call this iCloudgate or NudeCelebgate or something equally inane) highlights two issues: privacy in a digital world and Apple’s lagging approach to data security. One of these is particularly challenging, I’ll leave it up to you to […]

SANRAL’s destructive strategy shrouded in secrecy

SANRAL’s latest strategy just fuels the public’s distrust and seems to have been developed by people who are determined to alienate the public as much as possible. The Times has an article titled “Sanral can’t honestly hope to keep public in dark” which begins with this: According to Business Day, the application for secrecy on […]

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