“During 2008 the number of things connected to the Internet exceeded the number of people on the Earth. By 2020 there will be over 50 billion.” Whether these things be appliances, materials or personal technology, physical objects are connecting to the Internet at a rapid pace. The Internet of Things (IoT) was termed in 1999. … Continue reading “You Mention the Internet of Things and Everybody Loses their Minds.”
Since its inception the internet has been collecting data — data on users, website history and patterns of internet behaviours. Its default setting has been to record information and store it (Mitew, 2014). The Internet to date is an increasingly populated place and as a result of this distributed environment with a multitude of users, … Continue reading “Today, Australian Privacy Ends” – Metadata and Cyber-Surveillance
Just a few months ago there was worldwide pandemonium when a faceless online hacking team decided to reveal all the private details of controversial dating site users. The infamous AshleyMadison hack has since been known to have caused many a rift between couples on a global scale — one user was revealed to be cheating … Continue reading “Life is short. Have an affair.” – The Impact Team and Hacktivism
In this latest episode for my YouTube series Discover: Bollywood I will be discussing the notion of taboos alongside the exploration of social issues in Bollywood cinema. I hope you find it interesting and subscribe to my channel. Please comment with any feedback as all suggestions are greatly appreciated.