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Bruce Schneier's Telepathic ..., 10 Aug 2011 [cached]
Bruce Schneier's Telepathic Takeover of the TSA
Bruce Schneier is a telepath of unimaginable power. That's the only possible explanation for the stunning reversal at the top of the Transportation Security Administration.
For years, Schneier, the well-known security gadfly, has blasted the TSA for its brain dead approach to passenger screening: the "security theater" of naked scanners and slipped-off shoes; the focus on terrorist weapons instead of the terrorists themselves; the one-size-fits-all security protocols, instead of measures driven by the latest intelligence. For years, the TSA ignored his critiques.
Clearly, Schneier had figured out some way of getting into TSA administrator's head.
Tags: Aspen Security Forum, Bruce Schneier, Charles Xavier, Homeland Security, John Pistole, TSA [cached]
Cryptographer Bruce Schneier is a big opponent of the TSA and originally coined the phrase "security theater" to describe the TSA's antics. He's also very clear in his thinking that, "security is only as strong as the weakest link".
Bruce Schneier, ... [cached]
Bruce Schneier, cryptographer, author, and critic of the TSA, singled out a different aspect of the story. He criticizes the existance of so-called back doors that Google and other Internet services have built in so that they can comply with government demands for information.
"China's hackers subverted the access system Google put in place to comply with U.S. intercept orders. Why does anyone think criminals won't be able to use the same system to steal bank account and credit card information, use it to launch other attacks or turn it into a massive spam-sending network? Why does anyone think that only authorized law enforcement can mine collected Internet data or eavesdrop on phone and IM conversations?"
Schneier may have jumped to conclusions based on too little information.
Bruce Schneier is a longtime ... [cached]
Bruce Schneier is a longtime Internet spying expert and author of the Schneier on Security blog. In an emphatic CNN opinion piece, Schneier says the world of 1984 has arrived. We now live, he writes, in a world where everything, "... you do or is done on a computer, is saved, correlated, studied, passed around from company to company without your knowledge or consent; and where the government accesses it at will without a warrant."
Whether we can or not, as Bruce Schneier says, is another question.
A Guy in New York » Caught Our Eye [cached]
Bruce Schneier, on Trust
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