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Author Archives: Nathan
For this project, I chose to write about the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart devices. My system was to first create an outline of how I wanted to structure my paper. Here I got into detail about what specific … Continue reading → Continue reading
The debate over privacy and government surveillance seems to present opposite ends of the spectrum. The government does not necessarily need to have “wide latitude” but it still needs some latitude to use surveillance for the benefit of our nation’s … Continue reading → Continue reading
The mindset for the Allies had changed between the First World War and the Second World War. After their success in cracking Germany’s ciphers in the First World War, the Allies felt like that could crack anything Germany tries to … Continue reading → Continue reading
In chapter 4 of Little Brother, there’s a passage where Marcus talks about the idea of privacy. He says that it is a feeling of liberation when you have an aspect of your life that is completely under your control. … Continue reading → Continue reading
The Great Cipher used by Louis XIV remained unbroken for 200 years. What were the factors that led to such a secure cipher? The Great Cipher, invented by Antoine and Bonaventure Rossignol, was one of the toughest codes to decipher. … Continue reading → Continue reading