Category: secrecy

From Kafka to Original Sin 2.0

Two bloody awful pieces of rubbish which came my way today. Rubbish not because they themselves are rubbish.  Rubbish because they just had to be made. The first is this brilliant website from Open Rights Group.  The video they crowdfunded…

Rabbits in the headlights of the future

Living in Britain is getting to be a moderately scary proposal.  At least from where I’m sitting, it would seem that both the past and the future are now weighing too heavily on the present.  Two examples tonight which may…

Does secrecy ever get intruded upon?

The prostitution scandal currently affecting the American Secret Service, and which has already led to three dismissals, is interesting.  If we were still living in a world where WikiLeaks held sway, this would surely have been a story they’d have…