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On Mar 14, 2012 11:01 AM, "Anivar Aravind" <anivar.arav...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Reporters Without Borders' annual list of "enemies of the Internet"
> published
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> India and Kazakhstan, new additions to the “under surveillance” category
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> Since the Mumbai bombings of 2008, the Indian authorities have stepped
> up Internet surveillance and pressure on technical service providers,
> while publicly rejecting accusations of censorship. The national
> security policy of the world’s biggest democracy is undermining
> freedom of expression and the protection of Internet users’ personal
> data.
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> Read Full report
> http://en.rsf.org/beset-by-online-surveillance-and-12-03-2012,42061.html
>
> BBC report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-17350225
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> "[It is not] possible to distinguish between 'numerical' and
> 'nonnumerical' algorithms, as if numbers were somehow different from
> other kinds of precise information." - Donald Knuth
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