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RE: [dvd-discuss] DRM as censorware
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- Date: Tue, 6 Jan 2004 15:27:04 -0800
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think about Echelon -- big brothers (and I am including industries as well!) are
always watching, and listening, and viewing; good old mails had been and
still will be opened, emails read, transactions monitored, telephone
conversations recorded, ...
more people and organizations get paranoid (i.e., "I cannot trust anyone,
looking at myself..."), the more drastic the measures, in the name of national
security, of course. Imprison everybody; they might do something bad
perhaps, sometimes! The world pictured in the fiction "Brazil" not that
am still hopeful!
Re Project Hudson........
Big Brother will be watching
all file transfers if they are not already....... We will not only be
reverting to all cash transactions but the good old mail man to deliver our
files from computer to computer when it is realised everything is monitored
and modified........ One other thing is that some smart guys may be from
Norway will find a way round all this.....