[KNIFE TRICKS: 10 Brief Responses To 700 Comments About Refusing To Answer Questions At Passport Control](http://knifetricks.blogspot.com/2010/09/10-brief-responses-to-700-comments.html)
These are 10 really smart and well-reasoned responses to criticisms levied against this US citizen who refused to answer questions upon re-entering the country. Surprisingly effective in communicating what initially seems like an obnoxiously hard-line position.
[Example: Facebook "Like" button](http://www.chocobrain.com/content/chocoBRAIN-Privacy-See-our-philosophy/38CFBF5A94E511DF82C23627CF5951C2#035373481022)
Very smart implementation of the Facebook "Like" button by social network site Chocobrain. "Click two times for better data privacy," means Facebook can't track you until you consent to it.
[HDCP 'master key' supposedly released, unlocks HDTV copy protection permanently — Engadget](http://www.engadget.com/2010/09/14/hdcp-master-key-supposedly-released-unlocks-hdtv-copy-protect/)
It looks like the "master key," which is used to generate HDTV keys, has been leaked. If true, it means that the HDTV copy protection is broken, effectively creating a digital "analog hole."