Monthly Archives: February 2016

Apple v FBI – Why this has nothing to do with terrorists

    You’re either with us, or against us President George Bush, September 20, 2001 Hillary Clinton, September 13, 2001 George Orwell, “Pacifism and the War”, 1942 Benito Mussolini, October 27, 1930 Vladimir Lenin, 1900   UPDATE Listings are now in reverse chronology. This will make it easier to keep up […]

Justice Antonin Scalia Remembered by Atlantic Legal Foundation

The following was prepared by our clients and good friends, Atlantic Legal Foundation.   Justice Antonin Scalia was the most influential Supreme Court justice of the past 30 years because he had a clear, consistent, persuasive idea of how to interpret the Constitution. For almost three decades on the Court […]

Windows 10 Autorotation Fixed, and Why Windows 10 Breaks

This Week, “Why Windows 10 Breaks” While I haven’t had a chance to reinstall my test computer, I ran into a little problem with Windows 10 on my brand new laptop. For those of you that ran into the Windows 10 autorotation issue, I will walk through steps to quickly […]

Microsoft Windows 10: Trading Privacy For an Upgrade (Operating System as a 5)

This Week, “Operating System as a Service, part 5” We discussed in the prior four posts how Microsoft seems to coyly sidestep the opportunity to be transparent regarding the scope of information that they collect, and how they do it. We reviewed the high level data schema (all the fields […]