Security 18 – The Day We Fight Back

On Tuesday, February 18, the internet decided to fight back. Well not really, but it was a large scale protest to protest mass surveillance. Unlike SOPA and PIPA, the goal was to bring to the forefront the problems with government spying. Well how did we do? Tom and I discuss the numbers, and what this means on both a macro and micro scale.

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The Day We Fight Back

inThirty 98 – Looking Through the PRISM

Always be looking over your shoulder and don’t talk to anyone. After a full week of press and paranoia, we enlisted the help of Tom Webster to explain PRISM and its effect on our personal security.

Show Notes

Tom Webster

PRISM | Wikipedia

PGP | Wikipedia

Tor

Cryptocat

Would Metadata Have Caught Paul Revere?” | Duke Today

Edward Snowden” | Wikipedia

Apple’s Commitment to Customer Privacy

PRISM Is Bad for American Soft Power” | The Atlantic