Tag: Livni

  • Practical information policy

    Does this look simple to you? I think it’s time to get back to security basics after reading the news this morning. Yesterday, there was a  run of high profile data security events: the  Mozilla store data breach, the  DDOS attack on Twitter and Web defacing  by a Palestinian cyber-terror group on leftist Israeli Kadima […]

  • 70 years after Kristallnacht

    It’s sad that on the 70th anniversary of Kristallnacht,  Ehud Olmert and Tzipi Livni felt compelled to mitigate their political vulnerabilities with offers of appeasement to Palestinian terrorists. Political spin is not a sound replacement for national pride. Translated literally from the English as the Night of Broken Glass, Kristallnacht was a pogrom  in Nazi […]

  • US companies had no plan for the downturn?

    Alistair Milne, a professor at the City University of London’s Cass Business School deserves gets my nomination for Cassandra of the year award. I saw a report on BNET this morning that “1/3 of US companies had no plan for the downturn”. In Israel it’s more like 99% of companies and 100% of the government […]

  • On Sarah Palin and Zipi Livni

    This political cartoon was posted exactly 2 years ago in the Jerusalem Post. The world financial markets are on fire and Zipi Livni  is busy logrolling and playing spin the bottle with Shas and the Labor Party (who are trying to disguise their own version of corruption as a social conscience). Omer Zak has written […]