Monday, September 06, 2010

Over the top

As much as I like privacy (google changed it's privacy statement just now, btw), I hate any form of censorship on the internet.
RIM seems to give up on privacy, by allowing governments to decrypt Blackberry traffic.
Google is not just content with our search and surf behaviour on the internet, it now wants to know what we're talking about and introduces free phone services.
And Apple is censoring ping.

Sigh. What a world. Next entry will be on Oracle, and SSO to the database.
Update: Craigslist does censor, too.

[Edit]Seems DRM is broken... Someone published a master key...[/edit]

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