Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Former Microsoft Privacy Chief Says He No Longer Trusts The Company
In the two years since leaving Microsoft, Bowden has ceased carrying a cell phone and become a staunch open source user, claiming that he no longer trusts a program unless he can see the source.
Long term, the problem could lead to the construction of digital firewalls, in which the United States is effectively isolated behind protective nodes built by local governments to scrub and redirect traffic away from potential capture points. This is directly in opposition to the central concept of the Internet, which is a dynamic structure capable of responding to outages or damage by routing around the problem.
99% BAD HARDWARE WEEK:Microsoft adviser doesn't know how to solve current traffic flow of internet at the picture above.