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Tuesday, July 08, 2014

1984: progress update


http://4umi.com/orwell/1984/4

1. Michael Krieger (htp: Tyler Durden) discusses the effects of the new legislation requiring internet articles to be deleted (or de-listed) at the request of complainants.

2. Martin Armstrong (himself seemingly the victim of questionable use of state power) first discusses supposedly hack-proof web browsers for those who don't like being spied on - and then passes on a rumour that the NSA is targeting anyone who tries to download such browsers.

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