Category Archives: data security

About Captain Marvel story as a metaphor for cache peering failures

By Julie Debaveye Following capture by skrull Rogue, Captain Marvel has lost access to the emotional bonds linked to her memories due to the inability of her peers to restaure a back up. CAPTAIN MARVEL – Escaping Skrulls from Federico … Continue reading

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New definitions of privacy for mobile users

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Radiography of an AI

The antic Military Industrial Complex (MIC) has moved into the cloud and colonized every spaces of the beyond, from waters to skies, with wireless and waves technologies that they call “emergent” or “transformative”. Thus the AI industry is now almost … Continue reading

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La régulation de l’industrie de la cybersécurité contre le cyberterrorisme

Il faut réguler l’industrie de la sécurité pour mettre un terme à la surveillance abusive des populations et des personnes et faire cesser les attaques contre les personnes. Ces pratiques enfreignent impunément la Convention Européenne des Droits de l’Homme au … Continue reading

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The Matrix scenario : mindless minds

During my years as a PhD researcher and then class A researcher, I noted that the law of privacy is in essence discriminative and biased against private individuals when confronted with interferences from financial networks. In a claim for efficiency, … Continue reading

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The corruption in the tech industry and the notorious networks of collusion with the mafia

Part 3 How the tech industry has become a web of collusion and corruption playing with all the mafia from the world (Will be keeping updated!) with the complicity of accounting firms. Since many years it has been obvious for … Continue reading

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Escaping the internet in hard times

  With the increase of automated decision-making and technocratic procedures, the WWW – or KKK? – has become a place of nightmare and madness for the most vulnerable and underrepresented communities due to the concentration of power into the hands … Continue reading

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