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Posted Wednesday 14th April 2011 04:49 GMT   

The European Commissioner for Home Affairs Cecilia Malmström is celebrating the ten year birthday of the Budapest Convention against cybercrime.

Speaking in Hungary, she said much had been achieved, but cyber attacks were still increasing. ” …… That is an odd measure of achievement to be celebrating if one is against cybercrime but then it is always a reactive field in which security follows novel business leadership.

http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2011/04/13/security_cybercrime/
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amanfromMars
14 April 2011 at 5:05 am

To people like me who are in an anti-violence political party in NI, republican in fighting or informers is something we know not. And I resent that the talk in this post is as if it is the norm. Its another world.” ….. granni trixie 13 April 2011 at 10:20 pm

It is the norm in those other worlds, granni trixie. And you can’t really ignore it if it isn’t going away.

http://sluggerotoole.com/2011/04/12/arrest-in-denis-donaldson-murder-probe/
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Deny it if you will, but prevent it you cannot.

Posted Thursday 14th April 2011 13:11 GMT   

All those who dabble in cyber security need, in order to be in any way effective and relevant in the field, to understand the significance and the overwhelming power which control in the following discipline delivers to Controllers ………. ” Governments of all ideological persuasions spend a great deal of time worrying about how the economy will develop in the short term, over the next couple of years…. But our representatives do not merely contemplate the short-term future, they seek to influence it. Elaborate forecasts are prepared, not just by governments but by academic institutions and commercial companies. Advice is freely offered as to how the prospects for the economy can be improved, by an alteration to income tax rates here, or a touch of public expenditure there. But the control which governments believe they have—in their ability to make reasonably accurate forecasts and to understand the consequences of policy changes designed to alter their outcome—is largely illusory.“….Paul Ormerod, Butterfly Economics: A New General Theory of Social and Economic Behavior.

Of course, that was written twelve years ago at least, and things have changed considerably in that space of time, and one is better advised to accept that the control which governments believe they have, and which they would wish the masses to believe they have, is quite delusional and a large illusion supplied/afforded to them by IT and Media Space Controllers who would be tailoring reality virtually and feeding new seeds with novel needs and source streams.

http://forums.theregister.co.uk/forum/1/2011/04/13/security_cybercrime/
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