Thanks to Paul Asadoorian, I was interviewed for the Tenable Network Security Podcast about University security and my recent SecTor blog post that caused such a stir.
If you’re here at my site, wanting to know the story behind what was mentioned on the podcast, I’d like you to first read the following statement so that you’re entering the fold with an open mind and so you don’t rush in with flaming “should have known better” statements.
It is illegal in Canada to collect personal information without the consent of those being monitored. The act of intercepting private communications without consent is a federal offence and is punishable by up to 5 years in jail.
Now that I’ve got that into your head, enjoy the post – http://www.andrewhay.ca/archives/1071