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:: Thursday, November 21, 2002 ::

Homeland Security and Data Mining

If you're not scared of the Homeland Security Dept. yet, (and where have you been?) then you should read what Kim du Toit has to say. Appearantly this is his field of expertice. It's a long but worthwhile piece, it ends this way:

Folks, this is the final frontier of our personal freedom in the United States. I am uncharacteristically somber when I say this, because it happens to be the truth. When you have no secrets left, you are completely helpless, and depend on the goodwill of the person who knows them all.
It's far worse when that "person" is the State.

Read the whole thing.

:: Walter 5:33 PM [+] ::

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