How to Exit the Matrix

Duncan Frissell frissell at
Tue Aug 9 07:13:26 PDT 2005

At 07:27 PM 8/1/2005, anonymous at wrote:
>Network Forensics Evasion: How to Exit the Matrix
>Tor ( required
>"Privacy and anonymity have been eroded to the point of non-existence in 
>recent years. In fact, in many workplaces, employers spy on and control 
>their employees Internet access, and this practice is widely considered to 
>be acceptable. How we got to a legal state where this is allowed, I'm not 
>quite sure. It seems to stem from an underlying assumption that while you 
>are at work, you are a slave - a single unit of economic output under the 
>direct and total control of your superiors. I believe this view is wrong.

All of those problems derive from the fact that you are using your 
employers computing resources.  Spend the $500 for your on laptop and 
connect to the Net via 
or one of the competing services.  Then the only issue is your personal 
productivity which is completely under your own control.

Obviously, if you are fighting the Great Enemy more advanced solutions are 

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