Monday, April 16, 2007

Novel Concept for Customer Information Security

A company that is providing an online file storage business--with a free level of 1GB of storage. This company is I am not writing to discuss how well the service works, but to make a quick note on the "Security" section in its Privacy Policy. It states:

No customer information is stored on employees' personal computers.

This could be ambiguous. (Is the employer-issued computer the "employee's personal computer" or only computers actually owned by the employee?) I'll look at the following using the stricter interpretation of the former.

Now how hard would that be for other companies and public entities to implement? There are companies that have very personal information on thousand or millions of customers, but let employees have that data on their employees' computers. There have been notebook computers, CDs, and even desktops that have been recently lost, stolen, or otherwise unaccounted for.

Monday, April 09, 2007

The angora nude suit family photo disturbs me and Luke

This is wierd! I have never seen anything like it and hopefully won't ever see anything like it.

Saturday, April 07, 2007

Mario Throws Gang Signs at Nintendo Museum in Japan

The videographer meets creators of some famous Nintendo video games as Super Mario Kart and Nintendogs.