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Tag Archives: The Wall Street Journal

What Do They NOT Know?

– And the answer is … less and less. The Wall Street Journal’s series “What They Know,” which is an exposé of privacy “violations” on the Web, has been running since July 30, 2010. The thirteenth column in the series was published on December 18, 2010. I previously mentioned this…

Those Data are Mine(d)

– The “What They Know” series in The Wall Street Journal continues and is commendably relentless in its reporting of the growing compromises of personal data. Periodically and quite frequently, the WSJ publishes an article on how our privacy is being gnawed away many millions of records at a…

Are Risk Models or Data to Blame? Yes!

– On the front page of the June 24, 2010 issue of The Wall Street Journal there is an article by Neil King Jr. and Keith Johnson with the title “BP Relied on Faulty U.S. Data.” When you turn the page (note that I’m reading the actual physical newspaper, not an electronic version, so I actually…