Doug Bedell — April 4, 2014, 10:03 am

Bruce Schneier on Internet Security, as Experienced by Us

Bruce Schneier tries to sort through how actively the government and Internet proprietors are sharing information on individuals – willingly or unwillingly in the case of the web companies. He decides that both the government and the Internet sites have unclean hands when it comes to monitoring U.S. citizens.

“It would be better,” he writes, “if they (Google, Facebook, Microsoft and others) openly acknowledged their users’ insecurity and increased their pressure on the government to change, rather than trying to fool their users and customers.” A meaty piece on the state of Internet security.

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