Tag: privacy

 

Why is reality a hard place?

Reality is a topic I’ve visited before on this blog. However, having searched the site I find that I have not explored ‘why reality is a hard place’. A few days ago I explored the blur between fantasy and reality. In that post I explained how I saw reality. So,Read More

Jiddu Krishnamurti – the reluctant ‘messiah’.

This post was originally created on 02:56 AM 20th November 2011 – just over 8 years ago. It was retrieved from a database of the original website which I owned. It is now re-freshed to the current date, with only minor editing. Some initial clarifications only because this is someRead More

Friend or fool!

This is not a joke or paradoxically intended to be jokey. This is a summary of reasons why I suffer and sack fools who distribute my private email address. I thought I’d put this together so that I can hyperlink it to those who are let into my inner circleRead More

To err is human, they say.

Most people know that to err is human. What arises from that is something I explore in outline here. I do not give out my mobile (aka cell phone) number or private email address to loads of people who might think of me as their friend. Why? It’s not becauseRead More

When they come for you…

I am disheartened and deeply disappointed to learn of the deplorable circumstances surrounding the removal of Cheryl Miller from her workplace, to St. Ann’s Hospital for psychiatric treatment. My reasoning and inferences herein are based purely on information reported in the media. I have no direct access to the factsRead More

Disregard of my right to privacy…and my time…by my so-called friends

I’ve been fighting a battle with people I know, some who would feel slighted if I did not consider them friends – for the past 7 years. This is what it is about: I inform all who know me not to send my email (or other contact details) out toRead More

The meaning and importance of privacy

In the UK the law is not only made up of Acts but by Regulations, which then drills down to quasi-legislative codes of practice. The DPA Acts deal with data and privacy relevant to individuals in two main ways. I’m not in a mood to give a lecture on thisRead More

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