Nick Lambert and David Irvine of Maidsafe hope the world is ready to Bitcoin-ize all data on the Internet
What if the National Security Agency (NSA) knows it is violating the Constitution by spying on all Americans without showing a judge probable cause of wrongdoing or identifying the persons it wishes to spy upon, as the Constitution requires?
Privacy is dead—or so we’re told, both by those who would mourn the loss and by those who would dance on its grave.
David Irvine (CEO of MaidSafe.Com), a fully decentralized internet platform on which application developers can build decentralized applications - Jean Swann (VIce Pres on Integrated Health International respectively) on the
Former Sheriff, Richard Mack (Founder and Exec Director of CSPOA - Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association) provides an update - Derrick Slopey (MeowBit and NameCoin) on internet censorship
What do TSA groping, NSA data-mining, and mercury-laced fluorescent light bulbs have to do with keeping your doctor? They are the products of seductively entitled but flawed laws. As Daniel Webster said, “good intentions will always be pleaded for ev
Andreas Antonopoulos (Coder, Entrepreneur, Commentator, Speaker, Writer) comes on the show for 3 hours to talk about Bitcoin, Security, Anonymity, and the future of technology
The Freedom Summit and the Texas Bitcoin Conference has provided massive supporting evidence of the future we can expect to be experienced by Generation Next. In summary,... government is quickly becoming anachronistic and the focus is on building an
Individual freedoms were initially safeguarded to protect us from an ever-expanding Government because throughout history governments have always expanded to usurp people’s individual rights.
I was majorly harassed by the TSA after opting out with Bill Buppert from ZeroGov.com, even after I’d already been cleared by security. I was given the standard blue glove pat down, so was Bill, and then a second agent searched my bag because all my
Fed up with nosy, big-name Internet services that spy on you and share information with the government? You're not alone. In fact, there's a quiet rebellion underway against companies that snoop on their users, thanks to Edward Snowden.
Rafael Rodriguez LaVerde (Co-Founder of the Texas Bitcoin Conference) comes on the show to talk about the event next week - Dr. Phranq Tamburri In Studio talks Bitcoin with Rafael - Frank Tamburri, SR In studio to discuss his recent activism and awak
If the most disturbing, if underreported, news from yesterday, was Obama's "modification" of NSA capabilities, which contrary to his earlier promises, was just granted even greater powers as phone recording will now be stored for even longer than pre
The Guardian, now Glenn Greenwald-less, is out with its latest government surveillance scoop:
• 1.8m users targeted by UK agency in six-month period alone • Optic Nerve program collected Yahoo webcam images in bulk • Yahoo: 'A whole new level of violation of our users' privacy' • Material included large quantity of sexually explicit ima
The MaidSafe network is a fully distributed platform on which application developers can build distributed applications. The network is made up by individual users who contribute storage, computing power and bandwidth to what is a global, public clou
Private information for over 11 million students is being collected
A cancer victim who suffers from incontinence was humiliated during an incident last week when a TSA agent loudly announced “he’s wearing a diaper” to waiting travelers, before laughing and subjecting the man to a strip search.
System could have nightmare implications for privacy, freedom of assembly
And yes, we were laughing. Confessions of an ex-TSA agent.
We previously discussed the horrific case out of New Mexico involving David Eckert involving a series of demeaning and invasive cavity searches of an innocent man stopped along a road. That abuse cost the city and county $1.8 million in a recent sett
The National Security Agency and its UK counterpart GCHQ have been developing capabilities to take advantage of "leaky" smartphone apps, such as the wildly popular Angry Birds game, that transmit users' private information across the internet, accord
Google's Chrome Web browser offers voice control for touchless interface use, but a bug in this system makes it possible for websites to "eavesdrop" on you, reports Gizmodo.
With some 60 cities participating in federal checkpoints, pushback from citizens and local police and sheriff’s departments is increasing.
You can learn a lot about a person from their medical records– what’s that STD test all about?
While police generally need a warrant to search you or your property — during a traffic stop, police only need probable cause to legally search your vehicle.
The hidden ball in the debate over the NSA’s collection of phone and e-mail metadata (vs. tapping into actual conversations with a court order) is that the NSA actually prefers the metadata approach because it strips away privacy more efficiently, sa
If you are new to Bitcoin it’s likely you’ve heard some terms thrown around by Bitcoiners that you have no idea what they mean―PGP, Tor, VPN, OTR, etc. In most cases these are referring to various technologies that people use to protect their d
The National Security Agency is racing to build a computer that could break nearly every kind of encryption used to protect banking, medical, business and government records around the world.
Proposal may lead to more accidents, mileage taxes and tickets for “recorded traffic violations”