William Allen Simpson wrote:
Switches, routers, and any intermediate computers are fair game for warrantless wiretaps.

It seems privacy and free speech are becoming lost concepts worldwide. This just came out today:


So not only does China mercilessly filter the Internet for their residents (several weeks ago, they blocked access to Wikipedia), now they also filter SMSs. North Korea chose not to bother altogether, and after introducing cell phone service a year and a half ago, recently shut it down completely for "fear of too much foreign influence". I need not say international calls were blocked, both inbound and outbound, during the period the network was operational.

Is there nothing that can be done about any of this? Do we just stand by, watching some of our most important human rights go to shit?

This sets my blood boiling like very few other things.

Caustically embittered,

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