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November 15, 2013
Various Schneier Audio and Video Talks and Interviews
News articles about me (or with good quotes by me).
My talk at the IETF Vancouver meeting on NSA and surveillance. I'm the first speaker after the administrivia.
Press articles about me and the IETF meeting.
Other video interviews with me.
Posted on November 15, 2013 at 2:34 PM
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Feeling a bit narcissistic, are we?
(Not that there's anything wrong with that)
“The internet has largely been run as the ‘United States Benign Dictatorship’ because everyone kind of believed the United States was acting in the world’s best interest,” Schneier said... “That’s over.”
I agree. And, the NSA’s gross infatuation with everyone’s digital conversations was the start of the scuttling of that benign dictatorship. The NSA has displayed the unhealthy destructive behavior pattern of a spoiled child.
It’s interesting that Bruce notes there are no international laws against spying on other countries. This would appear to encourage to a circular firing squad among the 5-eyes spying countries.
Wonderful talk at IETF! Keep up the good work Bruce! :-)
great talk at the ietf tech meeting. especially the summary and outlook at the end. keep on spreading the word.
Good reading for the following prospective:
lie/stress/emotion detection in security and other fields including your speeches:
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