Monthly Archives: June 2013

Brazil/The power of protest

Brazil is undergoing a change of direction in the past two weeks. People have taken to the streets to vent their anger at a government that is basically non-responsive. What started out as a protest about transit services quickly evolved … Continue reading

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Glenn Hafner/Legacy of Decency

When I came up with the idea for the MatthewJshow a few years back, I called my good friend Glenn Hafner. When I told him about my grand plans for the show, he was sold. Just a few days before … Continue reading

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The illusion of privacy

It’s nice to know that your tax dollars are being spent in such a constructive manner. Whistleblower Edward Snowden was part of the multi-billion dollar intelligence industry. The fact that the NSA has taken data collection to heights should be … Continue reading

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Facial Recognition/The new fingerprint?

Are you concerned that your privacy is all but gone with today’s technology. Just think about it. You’re walking through the mall and talking ad’s try to entice you to make a purchase based on a database which has just … Continue reading

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