Wednesday Dec 10, 2008

The Digital Trail

A few weeks ago, Bruce Schneier posted an interesting article explaining how Barack Obama will need to give up his Blackberry to minimize his personal "electronic trail" that could prove troublesome or worse:
"When he becomes president, Barack Obama will have to give up his BlackBerry. Aides are concerned that his unofficial conversations would become part of the presidential record, subject to subpoena and eventually made public as part of the country's historical record."


Interestingly enough, when I re-visited that article this afternoon, the sidebar list of Most Popular posts listed "Governor is Arrested on Graft Charges" as the second most popular post today. I wonder what Governor Blagojevich thinks about the damning electronic trail he left behind?


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