You can’t trust anyone or anything

My bleak tech reality: You can’t trust anyone or anything, anymore • The Register by Trevor Pott

Very few among us – maybe none – are worthy of the level of trust required to have complete access to our activities, beliefs, actions, associations and desires. Acknowledgement of this means designing the systems that store all of that information in a way that treats everyone as untrusted by default.

I’ve joked about Layer 8 with my colleagues for years. Turns out it’s a well known concept.

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