How “anonymous” wifi data can still be a privacy risk

The thorny issue of tracking of location data without risking individual privacy is very neatly illustrated via a Freedom of Information (FOI) request asking London's transport regulator to release th

Online Anonymity Will Soon Be The Only Kind We Have

Anonymity: it's all the rage--Whisper, Secret--and it's rage-inducing. A Brazilian court has ruled that Secret must be removed from app stores there, and existing installs remotely wiped. The UK's Hou

Google Plus Has A Problem. Fear Not: I Have A Solution

<img src="" alt="mclovin" width="143" height="240" />Google Plus is <em>terrific</em>. I don't think it will ever be more than the Pe