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Previously, I wrote about how to permanently delete magnetic data. Nobody uses removable magnetic media anymore, so I thought it’s time to outline the same procedure using internal or USB drives.
You are monitored everywhere – license plates on passing cars, cameras on roads, shopping malls, gas stations, airports. It has begun to bother me, yet my friends advise “If you’re not doing anything wrong, why do you care if you … Continue reading
The following is a slightly redacted excerpt from a research paper I completed early in 2014, introducing some implications of Big Data, or more specifically, Time Sequenced Aggregate Data. See also my blog posting about smart power meters.
I wrote previously about the invasion of smart electricity meters. Remember the NSA data collection scandal in 2013? At the core, this is the same issue, only it’s so much more close to your life.