Privacy is Dead: Now Where’s My Inheritance – Part 3

As an American, when I picture the beginnings of civilization, I don’t picture Neanderthals huddling together in caves.  I picture the pilgrims landing on foreign soil, building log cabins to sustain themselves against the winter.  With the hope of a new frontier to explore. It strikes me that we are in the same position when… Read More

Privacy is Dead: Now where’s my Inheritance – Part 1

Privacy is Dead. It’s not the first time you’ve heard this, surely.  A private investigator, Sam Rambam was quoted as saying “Privacy is Dead – Get Over it” in 2006.  In 2012, Huffing Post contributor Miles Feldman posed the question “Is Privacy Dead?” If it is, then we’ve been collecting our inheritance without knowing it… Read More

Why don’t Americans care about Privacy?

In my post from earlier this year, I commented on how Senator Leahy re-introduced his Personal Data Privacy Act…the same bill he has been submitted every year for the last 5 years. 5 months after the re-introduction of the bill this year, there is still no GOP support for Leahy’s Privacy bill. By my count… Read More