Tag Archives: privacy

Towards Open: Counter (Data) Surveillance

I had an amazing two weeks in the UK and Ireland, and this post is one of many that will try t0 chronicle and make sense of my time. I am not necessarily going chronologically. Rather, I will be picking several … Continue reading

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Reclaiming Domain Privacy

One of the issues that’s gotten increasingly troublesome recently has been the increasingly more aggressive domain registration spam and scams. As I wrote earlier this year, it’s gotten to the point where companies are calling our clients soon after sign-up pretending … Continue reading

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The Schizophrenia of Outsourcing EdTech

In a recent post about agency and domains I suggested that when it comes to third party services tracking student data at universities and colleges, I’m fairly certain that most folks involved in securing those products have little to no … Continue reading

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Re-ordering Pizza in 2015

Back in early June of this year I had the good fortune of listening to Phil Windley talking about digital identity, sovereign source identity, block chain, and much more at BYU’s The University API event. I deeply respect the caliber … Continue reading

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