Ethics, Forensicating, Investigation

Some Thoughts On Privacy Vs. Investigation

I am a private investigator. By definition, that means I investigate things that are… well, private. I snoop around in people’s business to find out what’s going on, and then I present the evidence back to the client.

I am also a privacy advocate.

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FT Cyber Security Summit – Recap

A week or so ago, before I hopped on a plane to Spain, I went along to the FT Cyber Security Summit in London.

It was an interesting day, filled with a lot of different perspectives, including – unusually for a security conference – someone who went against the grain and spoke about the problematic nature of blanket spying techniques used by government agencies in the UK and US.

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