even random noise (if that is not a contradiction in terms, can there be any other...) of various kinds generates enough of a pattern to identify personal profiles in the internet of things.
ATB Dougie. On 20/07/14 03:23, coderman wrote:
On Sat, Jul 19, 2014 at 6:42 PM, Bryan Starbuck <bryan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:... I’d love us to deduce as many patterns as possible, so those people can be incredibly diligent.yes i am a citizen, and as for those at risk of scrutiny (shipments, border crossings, etc.) any of the following activities has been demonstrated to put you under scrutiny: - developing privacy enhancing technologies - administering high value networks or computer systems - documentaries and journalism adversarial to some big business or government - cryptology of any form - technical surveillance and operational security interests - hobbyists in domains including drones, rockets, airplanes - information security and network security professionals - running cryptome.org - many, many, more. it most cases, it seems that drawing attention to attempts to intimidate diminishes or ceases the intrusions. as for deducing patterns, perhaps the useful metric would be a trend up or down. best regards,