By stern on May 05, 2007
Cory Doctorow and I got to sit down back in February for a long chat about privacy, security, device telemetry, emulation, stimulation and who inflicts (or tries to) policy, control and editorial stance on what you see online. It was a fun romp through the strange intersection of science, science fiction and digital rights. The article is in the current print edition of the magazine and available online to ACM subscribers. (Don't ask me what Cory said that had me doubled over in laughter in one of the pictures; I was smiling most of the time anyway).
Cory makes a reference to Natalie Jeremijenko, who gets a cover shot and a one-pager in the May/June issue of Good magazine. Add green thinking about security, privacy and security to that mix.