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Drabble: Everything But Privacy

He was the prince, the royal heir, the next king. Everything in the kingdom was his, everything but privacy.

“Just give me half an hour,” he said. 119 more words

Creative Writing

Why there's never been a reality tv show set in a rehab 

The short answer: cause that shit is fucking personal, & no one is themself when they are going through it.

The long answer is..

Life Lessons

Welcome to Our Blog

Hi everyone! Welcome to our blog.  We are Alex Hearn and Allison Lewis. We’re students at SIUE majoring in Mass Communications. As media scholars, it is important for us to explore different aspects of convergence in regard to the several media platforms that influence our society. 211 more words


On Changing My Profile Photo In Facebook

For forty minutes, while in the passenger seat of our service shuttle going to the factory, I have been contemplating on whether to change my Facebook (FB) profile picture or not. 606 more words


Can your voice reveal an illness?

With Amazon’s Echo and Echo Dot speaker systems amongst the most popular gifts under the Christmas tree last month, speech recognition and voice control has taken a big step closer to becoming mainstream. 311 more words


As attacks rise, we ask: how secure is your Hadoop installation?

Last week, Fidelis Cybersecurity Threat Research reported multiple attacks on internet-facing Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) cluster installations worldwide. These attacks followed spikes in traffic to HDFS-linked Port 50070 from… 607 more words


“It’s not all about you”: limiting the Privacy Act’s intrusions

In Harder v Proceedings Commissioner 3 NZLR 80 (CA) – while noting what constituted ‘personal information’, defined as “information about an identifiable individual” for the purposes of the Privacy Act 1993, was not at issue in the case and remained “open for determination when it directly arises” – the Court of Appeal warned “An unqualified approach to what constitutes ‘information about an identifiable individual’ will lead readily to breaches of one or more of the information privacy principles”. 421 more words