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News ::
The shady world of spyware
26 Apr 2002
Modified: 08:40:03 PM
Fighting Spyware
... there are dozens of companies out there just dying to know what websites you visit. They don't care to know how much money you make, what kind of car you drive or your political affiliation. They can get most of that from your credit report. However, if they know you drive a Honda and you have been visiting Ford websites, chances are you are looking to buy a new car, a piece of information that anyone trying to sell a car would love to have. If you have a piece of spyware installed, chances are you do... Read the entire piece at
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http://www.cyberista.com
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So?
26 Apr 2002
All telecommunications are monitored by the NSA, the Mossad and other groups.

There's no such thing as electronic privacy for citizens or corporate-government entities.

Like it or not, the Internet (and phone conversations) are essentially in the public domain.

The only security is preventative: stop making enemies and provide genuine equal rights and equal responsibilities for all.

Welcome to the 21st Century.

treasurynet.org

bfi.org
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egroups.com/group/jpchance