* Posts by thatmoron

2 posts • joined 11 Jul 2014

British Lords: Euro 'right to be forgotten' ruling 'unreasonable and unworkable'

thatmoron

> Anyone anywhere in the world now has information at the touch of a button

The dear baroness clearly doesn't get out much. Lots of places "anywhere in the world" do not heave meaningful Internet access/coverage, or if they do, most people cannot afford it.

Amazon Zocalo rocks Box, socks DropBox, clocks Google Docs

thatmoron
Big Brother

Encryption...

... is mentioned a few times, but I see no useful reference to the implementation other then the usual "all your data is encrypted in transit (SSL) and at rest (who knows how, probably XOR).

Useful encryption for the enterprise requires that the enterprise has an easy way to create and apply unique secure keys for the data encryption. There isn't any way I will be sending any of my data to [insert spinning-rusty-plates-connected-to-the-Internet "cloud provider" here] unencrypted....

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