Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Where’s my pancakes?: Best alibi of 2009

Read it here. The first time a Facebook status was used successfully as a defense for getting a client off. The Feds and other law enforcement agencies are getting into all our social networks, looking for criminal activity, so be wary what you say, who you befriend and mind your slang. Hell, Google lets me know about my activity at three different i.p. locations and I’m damn sure if they don’t share that with advertisers or the government, someone unsavory will break in and discover it anyway. Yep, I may hafta’ resign from the internet, folks.

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

So when Apple goes after bloggers, we’re evil. But when Valleywag does it, it’s entertainment.

I’ve been debating whether to post anything about this. But here goes. Sorry I was out of the loop a bit the last few days. Life is tough when you’re on the lam. I’ve been holed up with lawyers and private eyes and computer security consultants after discovering a few invasions of privacy that may or may not have crossed over the line of legality but definitely fall outside the boundaries of what most decent civilized human beings consider to be appropriate behavior.

I don’t want to get into details but let’s just say it sort of almost makes a person begin to fear for the safety of himself and the people around him. It’s creepy. It’s gross. It’s wrong. I will be blogging when possible over the next few days but might not have much time. So bear with me until we can get everything straightened out. FYI, I’m not saying who did this but I have a pretty good idea and I bet you do too (cough sodomite cough). To whatever bit of pond scum is doing this stuff, let me say this: This was fun, up to a point. You’ve gone past that point. Stop.