2002 May 29 Links [7:07 am]
(entry last updated: 2002-05-29 22:12:52)
I’m in an all-day symposium for the next three days; the growing pangs of a new academic division at MIT. I’ll try to post what I can, but I’ll be far from my office and I’m not going to take my laptop.
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- I missed this overblown article at the New York Times discussing security and how easily it seems that digital security can be circumvented.
The New York Times has an article on the FBI’s screwup in the use of Carnivore; more post-9/11 finger-pointing, I know, but also more evidence that people really are out there reading your e-mail. Slashdot also has a discussion; and there’s an article at The Register too.
ZDNet has an interview with Gateway’s Ted Waitt on his stand against the CBDTPA.