Many people have written many things about Elon Musk’s bank-funded, Saudi-supported, Jack Dorsey-supported, Binance-supported acquisition of Twitter, to the point where I seriously question my… Read More »Twitter Is Now the Go-To Place for Source Hacking – and the Owner is the Source
UPDATE: According to Edmodo’s “End of Life FAQ“, Edmodo will be deleting all data. All accounts on Edmodo (Teacher, Student, and Parent) will be permanently… Read More »Edmodo Just Might Be the Next ConnectEDU (Update – Edmodo Is Deleting Accounts)
This year, people attending ISTE in person received an email with instructions about how to provide proof of vaccination status or proof of a negative… Read More »Getting Clear at ISTE. Privacy Not Included.
Far too often, when writers try and define risks from privacy, they talk about the dangers of information being used by “advertisers.” To be clear,… Read More »How to Talk about Privacy, Advertising Edition
Even the smallest of school districts are complicated places. Communicating with stakeholders is hard to do well, and getting the details right is imperative. The… Read More »This is (One of Many Reasons) Why Districts Get Hit with Ransomware
Armed security in schools makes adults outside schools feel better, but it doesn’t actually solve anything. While the gun industry actively blocked research on gun… Read More »Armed Security in Schools Doesn’t Keep Anyone Safe
If you run a company that does anything online, at some point you will probably need to talk with an independent privacy or security researcher.… Read More »Things To Do (and Things To Avoid) When a Privacy or Security Researcher Calls
On March 22, on Twitter, @bubbaprog posted about receiving a phishing email that targeted verified Twitter users. The thing that made this post stand out… Read More »Typosquatting: Online Fraud Has a Best Friend