Who tracks me – A two year review.

In response to a toot from Privacy International on Mastodon I thought it would be a good idea to review the sites I looked at in “Who Tracks Me part 1” and see if any improvement had been made. In 2018, I wrote the original Who Tracks Me piece as part of The Privacy Shop …

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Open letter to the Secretary of Internet Party NZ and Executive

So, here we are in the middle of a pandemic with the Internet Party essentially shut down, the website redirecting to a cached page at archive.org, no mail-outs to the members, some posts on Loomio but nothing really of substance and the Party name so worthless that even the Party President (Suzie Dawson) has removed …

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NZ Election 2020 – Tracking

Synopsis A brief look at the current New Zealand political parties views on tracking and internet privacy through looking at whether they track their website users. Out of the 11 websites tested all of them had some sort of third party service that the Electronic Frontier Foundation considers a potential tracker. The least went to …

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Object-Oriented Programming with Java, part II – Exercise 5

In this exercise we are going to create a program that can be used to create and modify a to-do list. The final product will work in the following manner. My Code Main TodoList UserInterface Model Code Main TodoList UserInterface Comments OK, on my code side of things I have forgotten to remove some unneeded …

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Object-Oriented Programming with Java, part II – Exercise 3

Let’s create an interactive program to control two liquid containers. The containers are named “first” and “second”. Each are capable of containing 100 liters of liquid at a time. My Code LiquidContainers Model Code LiquidContainers Comments OK, their way was slightly simpler but I wasn’t that far off. I seem to follow the instructions rather …

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