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I Always Break Lent

I watched CITIZENFOUR last night on channel 4, it’s the documentary on Edward Snowdens leak of documents which showed the mass surveillance by Western powers on millions of innocent people worldwide. 478 more words


Proposed Chinese security law could mean tough rules for tech companies

China apparently wants to one-up the U.S. and the U.K. when it comes to urging technology companies to install security backdoors and break their encrypted documents and user communications in the name of national security. 382 more words

Why shutting down the Department of Homeland Security would be a good idea

Trevor Timm writes for The Guardian:

‘[…] While Republicans are again holding a federal agency hostage for a ridiculous reason, they’ve managed to stumble across a good idea in the process: Congress should not just threaten to pull DHS funding, they should abolish it entirely. 212 more words


Brook Security, Shrewsbury, 2014

“Brook Security Shrewsbury” burglar alarm, Shrewsbury • I realise Brook refers to a name rather than a babbling stream, but it still sounds geographical. Very odd logo, I have no idea what it represents – an old bell, maybe. 31 more words

Burglar Alarm

EverFocus to showcase Analog High Definition (AHD) at TOKYO Security Show

EverFocus will showcase the all new EverFocus eZ.HD – Analog High Definition (AHD) at 2015 TOKYO Security Show, an important surveillance trade show in Japan from 3 to 6 March 2015. 204 more words