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Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Jigging

Good news from Malaysia: The Terengganu International Squid Jigging Festival (TISJF) will be continued and become an annual event as one of the state’s main tourism products, said Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Said. He said TISJF will become a signature event intended to enhance the branding of Terengganu as a leading tourism destination in the region. “Beside introducing squid jigging as a leisure activity, the event also highlights the state’s beautiful beaches, lakes and islands and also our arts, culture and heritage,” he said

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Metaphors of Surveillance

There’s a new study looking at the metaphors we use to describe surveillance. Over 62 days between December and February, we combed through 133 articles by 105 different authors and over 60 news outlets. We found that 91 percent of the articles contained metaphors about surveillance

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Reverse Heartbleed

Heartbleed can affect clients as well as servers.

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Tails

Nice article on the Tails stateless operating system. I use it .

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Auditing TrueCrypt

Recently, Matthew Green has been leading an independent project to audit TrueCrypt. Phase I, a source code audit by iSEC Partners, is complete

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Schneier Talks and Interviews

Here are three articles about me from the last month.

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Schneier Speaking Schedule: April–May

Here’s my upcoming speaking schedule for April and May: Stanford Law School on April 15. Brown University in Providence, RI — two times — on April 24

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GoGo Wireless Adds Surveillance Capabilities for Government

The important piece of this story is not that GoGo complies with the law, but that it goes above and beyond what is required by law. It has voluntarily decided to violate your privacy and turn your data over to the government.

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The Youngest Security Researcher

Five-year-old finds login vulnerability in Microsoft Xbox.

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