- RT @jack_daniel [MA law] does not specifically forbid SSN in email, but that case is covered by 201 CMR 17.00 rules << thanks!
- RT @Walshman23 'tis the season (for SSN worst practices, that is) << Nonsense! I'm sure someone's declared emailing SSNs a best practice!
And then that’s what Bruce said, or didn’t say. Both worth reading:
RT @schneierblog Congressional Testimony on the TSA I was supposed to testify today … http://t.co/R73ZtQ6i < Way to silence critics!
Schneier's closing statement in Economist debate: http://t.co/toRL7IRq
MT @SuicideGirls PayPal vs Bookstores > http://t.co/FF2pZarz -> The Tale Of A Bank That Tried To Dictate What You Could Read
RT @arstechnica Boston pays $170k settle cell phone recording lawsuit: http://t.co/QNvHNnEg by @binarybits << When will it be false arrest?
RT @jamisonfoser Kill American citiz– no, wait… RT @AdamSerwer: Scalia: "What is left? If the government can do this what can it not do?"
RT @aaronsw Black Congressman gets kicked off the House floor for donning a hoodie: http://t.co/8MIEJyP3
RT @rsingel FBI taught agents it was okay to "bend or suspend" the law. Refuses to explain. great stuff by @attackerman http://t.co/6m8MjmNW
Privacy, Girls Around Me:
RT @mr_goodwin Ok, people; someone's turned the creepy up to 11. It's time to think seriously about internet privacy: http://t.co/AIJdfkpS
RT @Randominterrupt Lay.Ar also does that- not just with Facebook but with twitter and BBM info, as well. It's a bit creepy.
Cutting off API access to a single app misses the point, @foursquare. What's the systematic fix? http://t.co/QOjPo0Wc
RT @joebeone is there a systematic fix to 4sq API access mashed up with FB promiscuity? ::) << I don't know, but whac-a-moling apps isn't it
Maybe the best thing to do would be for @foursquare to let "Girls Around Me" be what it turns out to be–a great educational tool
New quick blog: "How to mess up your breach disclosure" http://t.co/cVsfzsHc /cc @briankrebs
It's not the crime, it's the clamming up: http://t.co/3c3fMZe4
MT @MasterCard We are investigating a potential data breach & as a result, have alerted card issuers of #s that may be at risk< who knew?
Some work links:
RT @jdallman Security Development Conference 2012 lineup is locked! You don't want to miss this. http://t.co/t38YhE4o #security #sdc2012
RT @k8em0 6 days left to enter the #BlueHatPrize – Shall we play a game? http://t.co/wKCb134e
RT @nickm_tor Not seeing too many applications for Tor's Google Summer of Code positions yet. Hey students: This is a cool thing to do!
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The family of Ulf Möller are asking for help in finding the people who murdered him, and asking for help spreading the word:
They have a web site with details in English, German, Polish and Lithuanian:
The two men are described as slim, both about 1.75 m to 1.80 m tall, between 20 and 30 years old. One of them was wearing a dark jacket with a fur-like hood. The surveillance cameras took clear pictures of his face. The other killer was wearing a noticeable light blue quilted Nike-brand jacket.
We are grateful for any help in finding the murderers. Clues can be reported to the German police (Polizeidirektion Sachsen-Anhalt Ost, who are leading the investigation) by calling +49 340 6000 293, by sending e-mail to email@example.com, or by visiting any German police station. If you prefer, you can email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help us find the people who killed Ulf.
Tucked away for decades in a cabinet in Thomas Edison’s laboratory, just behind the cot in which the great inventor napped, a trove of wax cylinder phonograph records has been brought back to life after more than a century of silence.
The cylinders, from 1889 and 1890, include the only known recording of the voice of the powerful chancellor Otto von Bismarck. Two preserve the voice of Helmuth von Moltke, a venerable German military strategist, reciting lines from Shakespeare and from Goethe’s “Faust” into a phonograph horn. (Moltke was 89 when he made the recordings — the only ones known to survive from someone born as early as 1800.)
“Restored Edison Records Revive Giants of 19th-Century Germany” NYTimes, Jan 30, 2012.
Nothing to add. Just way cool.