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Free-ranged Ethically Treating APIs

by Ian Glazer  |  February 21, 2012

I've been thinking about "Addressgate." Watching the conversations flow. And it was an interchange between Nishant and Eric that finally trigger this post and these questions - who is responsible...

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Follow-up from Catalyst 2011: Tamper detection and Relationship Context Metadata

by Ian Glazer  |  August 19, 2011

For all hours that go into preparing for the Catalyst conference, it flashes by in an instant. This year was no exception. In the course of prepping for Catalyst, I...

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Follow-up to "The iPhone, Location, Collections, and Consistent Protection"

by Ian Glazer  |  April 27, 2011

Apple has just released a response to the iPhone location database issue. I highly suggest you read the response in its entirety, but for you impatient types, here's the net...

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The iPhone, Location, Collection, and Consistent Protection

by Ian Glazer  |  April 25, 2011

The story so far: there's a SQLite database on your iPhone called consolidated.db It contains geolocation records of the phone. A year's worth. Now this isn't new news. This has...

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Am I my brother’s breacher?

by Ian Glazer  |  April 4, 2011

Last week multi-channel marketing service provider Epsilon suffered a breach. By now it’s highly likely that you received an email from a company you do business with explaining that your...

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Social Media Makes Everything New, Except What Isn’t

by Jeffrey Mann  |  January 23, 2011

Social media policies are proving to be a minefield for companies and individuals learning to navigate the shoals of what is permissible, desirable or merely awkward. Digital channels multiply the...

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Wikileaks and Wikis

by Jeffrey Mann  |  December 20, 2010

The Wikileaks organization has been in the news a great deal the past couple weeks with its large scale disclosure of internal communications from the US State Department, and promises...

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What People Asked About on My European Social Media Tour

by Jeffrey Mann  |  October 17, 2010

Last week, I had the chance to do a quick tour around Europe with Ed Thompson talking to over 300 people about social media in London, Utrecht, Zurich, Milan, and...

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It Might Be Creepy, but Is It Evil?

by Jeffrey Mann  |  September 26, 2010

I've been thinking about "creepiness" over the last couple weeks. I've been finding the concept come up more and more as I speak with end users and vendors about social...

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Have a Happy Safer Internet Day

by Jeffrey Mann  |  February 9, 2010

You may not have realized it, but today is the third annual Safer Internet Day, a day to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology and mobile phones,...

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