By Greg Mills
The day computers began to communicate with each other was an ominous day in the ongoing development of technology. No one could have realized the ramifications that would be the result of that connection.
The Internet, in its inception, was the linking of computers limited to the military and colleges. Slowly more and more computers were hooked up. Then the age of personal computers was born in a garage in California and you know the rest.
The issues related to privacy of your computer has been a complicated and controversial issue. When I tap my fingers on the keyboard of my MacBook Pro or tickle the touch screen of my iPad, it is hard to imagine that in the privacy of my home what I do can be tracked remotely, down to the last key stroke. Should that be? I think not. It turns out if you think privacy on your computer is a problem, your iPhone and iPad are far worse.
This morning I noticed an interesting article on...| Read more »