Stuart Lynn and the alternative roots.

ICANN CEO Stuart Lynn has published a so-called Discussion draft on alternative roots. My notes on this can be found on ICANNwatch. Judith Oppenheimer has written another ICANNwatch item on this, in particular concerning Lynn’s perception of the p…

ICANN CEO Stuart Lynn has published a so-called Discussion draft on alternative roots. My notes on this can be found on ICANNwatch. Judith Oppenheimer has written another ICANNwatch item on this, in particular concerning Lynn’s perception of the public discussion.

Why data protection is necessary.

From Wired News: What They (Don’t) Know About You. When Richard Smith got his FBI file, he learned a lot of interesting things about himself. He found out that he had died in 1976 and that he may have previously been married to a woman named Mary….

From Wired News: What They (Don’t) Know About You. When Richard Smith got his FBI file, he learned a lot of interesting things about himself. He found out that he had died in 1976 and that he may have previously been married to a woman named Mary. He also discovered that he may be known as “Ricky Smith” or “Rickie Smith” — aliases he shares with a couple of convicts doing hard time in Texas. En fin, Smith — who is the chief technology officer of the Privacy Foundation — found that his FBI file contained more errors than correct data.