- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org, or by visiting any German police station. If you prefer, you can email us directly at email@example.com.
Help us find the people who killed Ulf.