Tagged: privacy

Online privacy – companies not government the biggest concern - Griffin's Gadgets

Peter Griffin Apr 14, 2016

Despite the Edward Snowden revelations of mass online collection of meta data and some high profile data breaches at our own government departments, what Kiwis most fear is not snooping spies, but companies harvesting our Facebook likes and internet searches. The latest World Internet Project survey of nearly 1400 Kiwis included for the first time a set of questions about online privacy … Read More

My 10 Commandments of a Data Culture - Kidney Punch

John Pickering Aug 06, 2013

Thou shalt have no data but ethical data. Thou shalt protect the identity of thy subjects with all thy heart, soul, mind and body. Thou shalt back-up. Thou shalt honour thy data and tell its story, not thy own. Thou shalt always visualise thy data before testing. Thou shalt share thy results even if negative. … Continue reading » … Read More

The increasing value of privacy - Chthonic Wildlife Ramblings

Brendan Moyle Apr 26, 2013

The motivation for this blog post is the acceptance of one of my papers at an international conference.  All was good until I hit the photography/video waiver.  A condition of attendance is that you can be photographed or videoed, and these images used by the scientific organisation for their purposes. I am very uncomfortable with this.  As a rule, I … Read More

Structured Procrastination, 17-Jan-2013 (Science should end, etc.) - Code for life

Grant Jacobs Jan 18, 2013

(A handful of stories for readers to try.) Science should end. In a follow-on from #overlyhonestmethods (overly honest methods), there is Scientists conclude: ‘No further research is needed’. Teaser: ‘A new paper published in Science has concluded that no further research is needed. The announcement, made in the discussion section of the paper, comes as shock … Read More

Protecting your Web - misc.ience

Aimee Whitcroft Feb 29, 2012

What a mad day.  I’ve been happily tweeting/Facebooking/Google Plussing these links today, and figured I should just get it over and point to them in a brief blog post. This post will cover protecting your web browsing habits, tracking who’s tracking you, and how to better encrypt your traffic. So, yes.  First things first. Your [...] … Read More

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