Meet Jack, or What The Government Could Do With All That Location Data (ACLU) — sham slidedeck which helps laypeople see how our data exhaust can be used
against usto keep us safe.
- PirateBay Moves Domains — different ccTLDs have different policies and operate in different jurisdictions, because ICANN gives them broad discretion to operate the country code domains. However, post-Snowden, governments are turning on the US’s stewardship of critical Internet bodies, so look for governments (i.e., law enforcement) to be meddling a lot more in DNS, IP addresses, routing, and other things which thus far have been (to good effect) fairly neutrally managed.
- 3D Printed Room (PopSci) — printed from sand, 11 tons, fully structural, full of the boggle. (via John Hagel)
- Things Real People Don’t Say About Advertising — awesome tumblr, great post. (via Keith Bolland)
Four short links: 11 December 2013
Surveillance Future, DNS Control, 3D Printed Room, and Reality Check
tags: 3d printing, advertising, architecture, art, fun, geodata, law, politics, privacy