Difference between pages "User talk:Rmislan" and "User:Johny Ryder"

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* Hi Rmislan, why did you remove several pages from the wiki? Legal reasons? If yes, feel free to write a short introduction (under the Creative Commons license) about the topics and refer to your paper(s) for more details... --[[User:Uwe Hermann|Uwe Hermann]] 15:45, 31 March 2006 (EST)
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Data expert, tech lover, privacy protector. I started using computers and the internet early 1994. And I can not imagine how I would ever be able to communicate with my friends and family without these products.
  
* Hello...we originally started to collaborate on some papers here...but didn't think it best suited for such...Most of the content in the Personal Digital Technologies is from my students at Purdue University (there is no book for our subject, so we're writing it here...)...The class can be found at www.ssddforensics.com...anyway...as papers finish, we'll add their links...Thanks for the interest. Rick (rmislan)
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It is great to be able to share through the internet. But (semi) public sharing has its downsides too. I like to read about and work on keeping the protection of private information something individuals can control themselves.
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But sometimes it is good that there are forensic tools available. Just as long these tools are used properly. I hope people are aware of the possibilities to protect their privacy, and protectors of the public domain are aware of the forensic tools available, and use them properly.
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I hereby license all my contributions to this wiki under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 license.

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Data expert, tech lover, privacy protector. I started using computers and the internet early 1994. And I can not imagine how I would ever be able to communicate with my friends and family without these products.

It is great to be able to share through the internet. But (semi) public sharing has its downsides too. I like to read about and work on keeping the protection of private information something individuals can control themselves.

But sometimes it is good that there are forensic tools available. Just as long these tools are used properly. I hope people are aware of the possibilities to protect their privacy, and protectors of the public domain are aware of the forensic tools available, and use them properly.

I hereby license all my contributions to this wiki under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 license.