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Kenneth G. Lieberthal of the Brookings Institution frequently travels to China. When he does, he follows a routine that seems straight from a spy film. He doesn’t bring his own laptop and cell phone. Instead, he brings “loaner” devices. He erases them before he leaves the United States, and he wipes them clean when he returns. When he’s in China, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are always disabled, and he never lets his phone out of his sight. When having sensitive discussions, he doesn’t just turn off his phone, he removes...read more
PrivacyCast has a great overview on connecting safely to public WiFi networks when on the road. Key tips: Use (AND VERIFY!) SSL connections when possible Use a VPN or Proxy Be careful what networks you connect to Definitely worth a read…read more