Monthly Archives: September 2010
So, how is it that the Wall Street Journal’s Full Methodology flunks the basic, pass-fail test? Why do all the numbers in “On Web, Children Face Intensive Tracking” add up to a zero-value story? The Full Methodology is disappointing on … Continue reading
just rehearsing… a tombstone.
Today’s Wall Street Journal story “On Web, Children Face Intensive Tracking“, is interesting, and if you go to the website and click around you find it has a fair bit of material that fills in gaps. There’s a decent video … Continue reading
“Like an answer, the three slogans on the white face of the Ministry of Truth came back at him…” -George Orwell William J. Lynn III made this statement: In cyberspace, the offense has the upper hand.  As noted in … Continue reading
William J. Lynn III makes this statement: In cyberspace, the offense has the upper hand.  And the reason for this? The Internet was designed to be collaborative and rapidly expandable and to have low barriers to technological innovation; security … Continue reading
William J. Lynn III was asked a question by Wired writers about an alleged foreign intelligence connection to a run-of-the-mill Windows exploit that got loose on Department of Defense networks in 2008: But what spy service would launch such a … Continue reading