Monthly Archives: January 2007

The ‘feel Goody’ effect: The real death of privacy is inside us

Now that the BB furore has calmed down, there’s a thing or two that came to my mind in retrospect. You’d say though, hardly are the societal effects of reality TV and d-list ‘celebrity’ media exposure an issue of information … Continue reading

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Fake Student Loans Company Emails in Circulation

It would seam that not only large banks are the targets of phishing e-mails/website. As it can be seen below, customers from the Student Loans Company have been targeted. The announcement reads: The Student Loans Company has become aware of … Continue reading

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News Articles

News mentions: 2007 pcpro.co.uk, ‘Law won’t help Darling’s data victims’ – http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/140535/law-wont-help-darlings-data-victims.html NewScientist.com news service, ‘Old hard drives are a goldmine for data thieves’ – http://technology.newscientist.com/article/dn12675-old-hard-drives-are-a-goldmine-for-data-thieves.html The Guardian, ‘Lost hospital disk raises fears about protecting personal data’ – http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2007/sep/13/guardianweeklytechnologysection.news2?gusrc=rss&feed=technology e-health-insider.com, … Continue reading

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