Posts Tagged ‘Data mining’

Cory Doctorow’s talk on Freedom

August 12th, 2011 No comments

This week Cory Doctorow gave a great talk about this (*sigh*) boring old issue of Freedom and Human Rights in the age of the knowledge society at the ACM Siggraph Conference in Vancouver.

For further reading:
Cory’s Blog

Augmented social reality

September 16th, 2010 No comments

People usually refer to privacy or safety reasons, arguing about the possible abuse of information in social networks and augmented reality applications. And it’s kind of boring to constantly explain and tell people why they do have something to hide.

See what’s culture of arbitrariness:

… and I still don’t carry a webcam in my underwear.

[Update:] And here‘s a glimpse about the abuse and misuse of your personal data. (Who can you trust?)

f*** Google

August 18th, 2010 No comments

F_____ Google captchaThank you, Gleuch!

You enrich my daily internet surfing with Shaved Bieber and this beautiful Captcha script.

Use :
git clone
to implement it to your website.