Tuesday, March 15, 2005


This weblog by Schneier leads to a decent site on electronic privacy. There is a link advertised on the site to another privacy site, which is also helpful.

The paper he speaks of is about some changes that really should be looked at and probably enacted in the wake of the Lexis/Nexis, Checkpoint scandal that is in process at the moment. I find it astounding that there is so little control over companies like this.

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