#BAD13 Day 6 – Articles 11 & 12

Alright, I feel it, the home stretch!! (and insert multiple other sports related metaphors here) I’m gonna gloss over Article 11, because I feel that if you’ve seen ANY crime drama on TV or in the movies you get it. Article 11 is the whole “You are presumed innocent until you have been proven guilty” one.  Not that tricky, basically even if the person is standing over the victim dripping with the victim’s blood holding a large knife, they still deserve the right to a fair trial.

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Privacy (Take 2)

Locked KeysKashmir Hill (@kashhill) wrote an article about Trial by Timeline and online privacy on Forbes.com and I found it a much more interesting take on our tool than any of the others I had read! (And trust me, I’ve scanned through quite a few blog posts and articles and even featured in a few!) I really liked how Ms Hill used it as an example to show how Millennials (of which I am one as well) have varying degrees of what they consider privacy. In fact, coincidentally, it was a post on online privacy that launched this blog! Continue reading