A New Sunday Roast Podcast.

Mit Binder und Zeigermann.

Hier zu hören.

Zeigermann + Binder beim Aufnehmen des Podcast. Photo © Claudia Kirchherr
Ralf Zeigermann und Konstantin Binder beim Sunday Roast Podcast. Photo © Claudia Kirchherr

(Ralf is wearing a hat from NEXT, £10, a leather jacket from The Original Dr Who jacket, £480, a wristwatch from eBay, £6. Konstantin is wearing a shirt from Stella McCartney, $365 and a ring from Lord of the Rings Originals PLC, £2892. All other gadgets (vaping things and beer) courtesy of Vogue magazine.)

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© Ralf Zeigermann

Back in 2012 I blogged about the beginnings of the UK Snooper’s Charter, or Data Retention Bill, or rather The Investigatory Powers Act, as it is now called. The whole shambles has now ended up in front of the European Court of Justice, who has basically declared it as being illegal.

However, while looking for a trusty VPN (and I actually bought TunnelBear in the end), I came across this fabulous article How to remain completely anonymous and hidden online, which I can only recommend to anyone. It clears up a few things regarding TOR, VPNs, Encryption and much more.

Because you can’t really trust anyone anymore these days. Especially not your own government. In fact I’d rather happily give Google all my data than Theresa May.

The Men from the Agency.

A BBC Documentary recalling the revolution in British advertising during the 60s and three men who were instrumental in bringing it about. David Puttnam, Alan Parker and Charles Saatchi, who all worked for the same agency (CDP), were among the first to recognise the social changes which were taking place, and the style of advertising needed to appeal to the new breed of customer.