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Why would users think they are entitled to secrecy and protection? (part 4)

As someone who has embraced the power of the digital information revolution since its inception (8086 with 8087 maths coprocessor option running MSDOS with a whopping 1MB ram) I can appreciate the perspectives derived from data analysis. The limit of … Continue reading

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Big data games and strategies (part 3)

It needs to be clearly stated at the outset that intelligence gathering, espionage and counterintelligence are not modern concepts. They are centuries old dating back to at least 16th and 17th centuries when commercial and military advantage was desired between … Continue reading

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Life is a fractal of games and strategies – part 2

Before answering what I consider the only 4 questions worth asking on this subject, we should revisit some background. Fractal (n): A curve or geometric construct, each part of which has the same statistical character (appearance) as the whole when … Continue reading

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Life is a fractal of games and strategies – part 1

A growing number of real world experiences demonstrate the application of fractals throughout nature. The recent US NSA debacle said to reveal new information about an old operational methodology serves to indicate another application of fractals. That is, secrecy surrounding … Continue reading

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