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Subject: [hangout] Fwd: [wwwac] 2 articles I've written on privacy have been published [scott-at-granneman.com]
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On 2002.04.26 01:39 Scott Granneman wrote:
The first two articles in a three-part series I'm writing have been
published at SecurityFocus (http://www.securityfocus.com), one of the
the leading security Web sites on the Net.
I describe the series in the first article as "three articles that will
examine privacy concerns regarding hardware, then software, and then
finally the Internet in general."
The first article, "Securing Privacy, Part One: Hardware Issues", looks
at "hardware solutions for small networks and wireless devices,
hardware-based spyware, and some attempts by hardware vendors to
infringe upon users' privacy." You can read it at
The second article, "Securing Privacy, Part Two: Software Issues", looks
at personal firewalls, personal proxy software, spyware, and various
means of updating your operating system software. It's available at
I'm pretty excited about these articles because they've given me the
opportunity to encapsulate and present to others my learning and
research in the area of privacy. Privacy is a central concern of mine,
and these articles are my attempt to help others safeguard their privacy
on the Internet as well.
I hope you enjoy them, and if you have any comments or thoughts, please
don't hesitate to send them my way. And if you'd like to read other
things I've written, check out my Web site at http://www.granneman.com
... you'll find quite a variety there, so I'm sure you'll run across
R. Scott Granneman
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