Month: September 2014

My Relationship with Metadata: It’s Complicated!

Ever since the Snowden revelations broke, there has been a lot of interest in metadata, with a lot of ink (or should that be bytes?) devoted to defining exactly what it is, where it can be gathered from, who is capable (and how) of doing said gathering, and most importantly of all, if it is

Yes, Apple iCloud Wasn’t Breached. The Problem Is Actually Much Deeper

There is a lot to parse in the story about the hacking and illegal distribution online of the very personal and private pictures of a lot of (mainly female) celebrities. First and foremost, this was a despicable crime that no one deserves to suffer, no matter how public a figure they might be. Unlike ongoing discussions about