When a tsunami is about to hit, who cares about privacy?
Recently I got to watch the movie about global warming An Inconvenient Truth, where Al-Gore predicts that global warming will increase temperatures to unlivable conditions, hampering all our resources.
Would this cause us to re-look at electronic systems? At high temperatures, would we face more crashes, and thus need to re-look at how many computers we employ to prioritize its use? RFID tags barely use any energy. But in the days of everyware, would we face a situation where there is a large energy consumption by the reading and storing information of mega-trillions of tagged objects?
Ramblings on having privacy in public spaces
- The beginings
- Bentham Vs Foucault and then Schneir
- Privately Public or Publicly Private
- What data about you does to you
- Looking at alternate futures
- Explaining the futures and the privacy implication...
- Yeah ok..but why is privacy so important?
- How corporates can affect privacy
- How Wikipedia will affect our privacy
- How blogs will affect our privacy
- How people like Osama affect privacy
- How energy shortage affects privacy
- How global warming affects privacy
- The future of RFID
- Treatments for Surveillophobia ?
- Looking into Alternative Genres
- Will personal satellites solve the issue?
- Where the user has some control
- A Rebellious Approach
- ▼ September (20)