Monthly Archives: April 2014

Bleeding Hearts and Artificial Intelligence

The now publicized Heartbleed vulnerability in the OpenSSL software has been forcing various organizations to patch a weakness they have been living with for some time.  I’m forced to wonder how long we can continue the lackadaisical “panic and patch” … Continue reading

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Fair Questions: Is the NSA going to be reformed?

Some time ago, I was writing about potential reforms of the NSA floated by the Obama administration.   In particular, I stumbled across this article in which the author takes the reader through an overview of some of the highlights … Continue reading

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