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U.S. announces set of indictments against Huawei ahead of trade talks with China
Matters of National Security
Clinton Selling MI secrets to China #espionage
China Hacking DOD, CIA’s drone operations, Navy warships…
@Potus @GenFlynn #QAnon #DataPrivacyDay
Huawei & ZTE = National Security Threats undermine U.S. political & economic interests [#Feinstein]

@Potus @GenFlynn #QAnon #TuesdayThoughts
Alexander Downer - player in the #dossier scandal was on the board @Huawei
Hussein HRC LL Brennan Clapper NAT SEC WH SIT RM OP UK AUS
AUS-UK #sabotage @POTUS
Nothing to see here…
@GenFlynn #QAnon #TuesdayThoughts #MAGA #WWG1GWA
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You have a right to consent -before- anyone collects information about you, you have a right to withdraw that consent.

Those who would have you believe that "privacy is dead" are really attempting to get you to believe that consent is dead.

If you believe that consent is dead they will be emboldened to first surveil you, then to censor you, and to finally deny you.

Never let them tell you that privacy is dead.

Never let them tell you that consent can be obtained after the fact, never let them tell you that consent doesn't apply, never let them tell you that the consent can be vague or nonspecific.

Consent must be free, informed, and obtained prior to any action.

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Our privacy analysis of data flows in Real-Time Bidding systems, including the assessment of how much user data is valued. #ePrivacy
Some publishers used clever mechanisms to bypass blockers and smuggle in cookies. #ePrivacy
Following analysis of the high-frequency trading of user data. #ePrivacy #DataProtectionDay #DataPrivacyDay
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After boring accounting stuff yesterday, let's do another exercise in "trivial self-observation" which is hopefully more entertaining. Let's talk about semi-privacy: the littoral between public and private spheres.
Sunday was #DataPrivacyDay and private vs public matters *a lot* in law, economics, sociology, cryptosecurity of course, but how much time have you spent recently choosing semi-privacy over real privacy?
There's an econ joke that defines economics as "finding separating hyperplanes in the n-dimensional vector space", but often investigating is more interesting than finding them. Turns out the public-private boundary is as fuzzy as most boundaries we like to simplify as in-out.
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