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CFPB All Up In Your Data: Part 2

Earlier this week I posted an article linking to a story about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and their expanded monitoring of bankruptcy data and transactions. In a new article the Washington Examiner provides additional details on the CPFB’s

Posted in Politics, Privacy

Bruce Schneier on Our Newfound Fear of Risk

Bruce Schneier on Our Newfound Fear of Risk When you implement measures to mitigate the effects of the random risks of the world, you’re safer as a result. When you implement measures to reduce the risks from your fellow human

Posted in Politics, Privacy, Tech

Colorado Recalls a Win for 2nd Amendment Rights

On September 10th voters in two parts of Colorado chose to recall two state senators. National organizations on both sides of the issue had poured resources into the recall vote, including the National Rifle Association (NRA) and New York City

Posted in NewsLink, Politics, RTKBA

Colorado Recall Battles for 2nd Amendment Rights

Colorado recall a referendum on guns “We all know things usually start small when rights are being attacked. They are chipped away at incrementally. Absolutely the nation is watching to see if Coloradans will tolerate that.” As is typical of

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Verizon and regulators clash on internet rules

Verizon and regulators clash on internet rules Net Neutrality is still playing out in the courts and still one of those things that most people don’t understand and wont understand until the actions of broadband providers hits them in the

Posted in Net Neutrality, Politics, Tech