Few days ago I decided to gather some data from the Wordpress installations of the most influential bloggers and politicians from Romania. For now I have info about 70 blogs, I’ll keep updating this as I get more data; the current snapshot was taken today, May 1st, 2016. The results are grim, very grim.
Even if you’re not doing anything wrong, you are being watched and recorded. – Edward Snowden
As more and more people are living a digital life inside their computers, discussions about privacy and whether or not we can expect to be protected from intrusions in our private lives are taking over the Internet. Regardless of your thoughts on the subject, if you are just a concerned citizen or the newest whistle-blower, there are some ways you can protect your privacy while browsing the Internet or visiting a new country. This is not an exhaustive list, it’s just a compilation of useful information I gathered.
Earlier today I came across an old (28 December, 2011) interview I did for the Webification website (unfortunately the website seems gone) regarding Picozu and start-ups in general, so I decided to post it here is case somebody finds it useful.
Tinambo is a one-file blogging system written in PHP (version doesnt’ matter), that doesn’t have any other requirements than PHP to run. It doesn’t need a database, it stores the posts and pages into JSON text files. Today I released version 2.0 of Tinambo, packed with new features:
Lately I’ve been away from the vox.SPACE blog because I had more interesting things to do, basically:
- I’ve been playing with my Arduino Mega 2560 and a bunch of sensors, trying to understand how the I2C communication works. The plan is to emulate satellite transmission data (the Arduino will collect sensor data and transmit it from a large distance to the CoC).