Assange believes too late for any pervasive privacy

rysiek rysiek at
Sun Dec 13 18:01:20 PST 2015

Dnia sobota, 12 grudnia 2015 12:52:25 Steve Kinney pisze:
> Privacy supporters who understand network security, understand
> that any activity they want to conceal from all surveillance
> actors must either be conducted off the network, or via
> "anonymizing technology" that degrades network access to a lesser
> or greater extent (100% in instances involving two way
> communication with people who do not know or care about these
> matters), while being observed and recorded by actors hostile to
> privacy.

I still don't see how that makes it "impossible" -- just very, very hard at 
the moment.

Michał "rysiek" Woźniak

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