Daunted by the growing reach of the ability of government and business to collect information about people from their online behavior, some privacy advocates are turning to guerrilla tactics aimed at fouling various forms of data mining. This display of computer coding appeared at a German tech fair this year.
Daunted by the growing reach of the ability of government and business to collect information about people from their online behavior, some privacy advocates are turning to guerrilla tactics aimed at fouling various forms of data mining. This display of computer coding appeared at a German tech fair this year. Krisztian Bocsi Bloomberg
Daunted by the growing reach of the ability of government and business to collect information about people from their online behavior, some privacy advocates are turning to guerrilla tactics aimed at fouling various forms of data mining. This display of computer coding appeared at a German tech fair this year. Krisztian Bocsi Bloomberg

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