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FBI Wants to Tap Everything

In a story with far-reaching implications but that has seen surprsingly little attention in the mainstream media, Declan McCullagh reports in C|Net that the FBI is seeking to broadly expand its abilities to wiretap data networks, including DSL lines, cable…

In a story with far-reaching implications but that has seen surprsingly little attention in the mainstream media, Declan McCullagh reports in C|Net that the FBI is seeking to broadly expand its abilities to wiretap data networks, including DSL lines, cable modems, web services, and so on. Companies that deploy services that don’t have back-doors for the FBI would be fined.

This has very interesting implications for open-source chat systems.

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Five poems about the mind

DREAM VENDING MACHINE I feed it coins and watch the spring coil back,the clunk of a vacuum-packed, foil-wrappeddream dropping into the tray. It dispenses all kinds of dreams—bad dreams, good dreams,short nightmares to stave off worse ones, recurring dreams with a teacake marshmallow center.Hardboiled caramel dreams to tuck in your cheek,a bag of orange dreams…

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