The gritsforbreakfast blog post making the rounds on the Liberation Tech mailing list about security of Apple’s iMessaging service is gaining quite some attention. The post refers to a CNET article on how the iMessage service “stymied attempts by federal drug enforcement agents to eavesdrop” conversations due its end-to-end encryption and commends Apple for protecting the user’s privacy while pointing out that Gmail and Facebook Messaging don’t. However, I disagree on some points of the blog post and therefore want to discuss them here.Continue reading
The British Standards Institution recently published “Cloud Computing. A Practical Introduction to the Legal Issues”. I ordered an electronic copy yesterday (I did that here, for GBP 30) and after a first glance can say there’s lots of valuable information in it.
Merry christmas to everybody, have some peaceful and relaxing days