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New KGB Takes Internet by SORM
By crypto
Mon Feb 07, 2000 02:18 AM
Mother Jones has a story on the recent Russian legislation that mandates ISPs pay for changes that allow access to all Internet traffic by government agencies:

    The Russian government has just authorized itself to spy on everything its citizens do on the Net -- and to punish ISPs that won't help. So much for post-Soviet civil rights.
(1 reply )
Main
New KGB Takes Internet by SORM
By crypto
Mon Feb 07, 2000 02:18 AM
Mother Jones has a story on the recent Russian legislation that mandates ISPs pay for changes that allow access to all Internet traffic by government agencies:

    The Russian government has just authorized itself to spy on everything its citizens do on the Net -- and to punish ISPs that won't help. So much for post-Soviet civil rights.
(1 reply )
Main
New KGB Takes Internet by SORM
By crypto
Mon Feb 07, 2000 02:18 AM
Mother Jones has a story on the recent Russian legislation that mandates ISPs pay for changes that allow access to all Internet traffic by government agencies:

    The Russian government has just authorized itself to spy on everything its citizens do on the Net -- and to punish ISPs that won't help. So much for post-Soviet civil rights.
(1 reply )
Main
New KGB Takes Internet by SORM
By crypto
Mon Feb 07, 2000 02:18 AM
Mother Jones has a story on the recent Russian legislation that mandates ISPs pay for changes that allow access to all Internet traffic by government agencies:

    The Russian government has just authorized itself to spy on everything its citizens do on the Net -- and to punish ISPs that won't help. So much for post-Soviet civil rights.
(1 reply )
Main
New KGB Takes Internet by SORM
By crypto
Mon Feb 07, 2000 02:18 AM
Mother Jones has a story on the recent Russian legislation that mandates ISPs pay for changes that allow access to all Internet traffic by government agencies:

    The Russian government has just authorized itself to spy on everything its citizens do on the Net -- and to punish ISPs that won't help. So much for post-Soviet civil rights.
(1 reply )
Main
New KGB Takes Internet by SORM
By crypto
Mon Feb 07, 2000 02:18 AM
Mother Jones has a story on the recent Russian legislation that mandates ISPs pay for changes that allow access to all Internet traffic by government agencies:

    The Russian government has just authorized itself to spy on everything its citizens do on the Net -- and to punish ISPs that won't help. So much for post-Soviet civil rights.
(1 reply )
Main
New KGB Takes Internet by SORM
By crypto
Mon Feb 07, 2000 02:18 AM
Mother Jones has a story on the recent Russian legislation that mandates ISPs pay for changes that allow access to all Internet traffic by government agencies:

    The Russian government has just authorized itself to spy on everything its citizens do on the Net -- and to punish ISPs that won't help. So much for post-Soviet civil rights.
(1 reply )
Main
New KGB Takes Internet by SORM
By crypto
Mon Feb 07, 2000 02:18 AM
Mother Jones has a story on the recent Russian legislation that mandates ISPs pay for changes that allow access to all Internet traffic by government agencies:

    The Russian government has just authorized itself to spy on everything its citizens do on the Net -- and to punish ISPs that won't help. So much for post-Soviet civil rights.
(2 replies )
Main
New KGB Takes Internet by SORM
By crypto
Mon Feb 07, 2000 02:18 AM
Mother Jones has a story on the recent Russian legislation that mandates ISPs pay for changes that allow access to all Internet traffic by government agencies:

    The Russian government has just authorized itself to spy on everything its citizens do on the Net -- and to punish ISPs that won't help. So much for post-Soviet civil rights.
(1 reply )
Main
New KGB Takes Internet by SORM
By crypto
Mon Feb 07, 2000 02:18 AM
Mother Jones has a story on the recent Russian legislation that mandates ISPs pay for changes that allow access to all Internet traffic by government agencies:

    The Russian government has just authorized itself to spy on everything its citizens do on the Net -- and to punish ISPs that won't help. So much for post-Soviet civil rights.
(1 reply )
Main
New KGB Takes Internet by SORM
By crypto
Mon Feb 07, 2000 02:18 AM
Mother Jones has a story on the recent Russian legislation that mandates ISPs pay for changes that allow access to all Internet traffic by government agencies:

    The Russian government has just authorized itself to spy on everything its citizens do on the Net -- and to punish ISPs that won't help. So much for post-Soviet civil rights.
(1 reply )
Main
U.S. intelligence computer crashes for nearly 3 days
By crypto
Sun Jan 30, 2000 01:27 PM
CNN reports that an NSA computer crashed and was not available for three days. The computer is used to process intelligence data rather than collect it. Officials do not believe it was caused by the Y2K bug or sabotage.
(2 replies )
Main
U.S. intelligence computer crashes for nearly 3 days
By crypto
Sun Jan 30, 2000 01:27 PM
CNN reports that an NSA computer crashed and was not available for three days. The computer is used to process intelligence data rather than collect it. Officials do not believe it was caused by the Y2K bug or sabotage.
(2 replies )
Main
U.S. intelligence computer crashes for nearly 3 days
By crypto
Sun Jan 30, 2000 01:27 PM
CNN reports that an NSA computer crashed and was not available for three days. The computer is used to process intelligence data rather than collect it. Officials do not believe it was caused by the Y2K bug or sabotage.
(2 replies )
Main
U.S. intelligence computer crashes for nearly 3 days
By crypto
Sun Jan 30, 2000 01:27 PM
CNN reports that an NSA computer crashed and was not available for three days. The computer is used to process intelligence data rather than collect it. Officials do not believe it was caused by the Y2K bug or sabotage.
(2 replies )
Main
U.S. intelligence computer crashes for nearly 3 days
By crypto
Sun Jan 30, 2000 01:27 PM
CNN reports that an NSA computer crashed and was not available for three days. The computer is used to process intelligence data rather than collect it. Officials do not believe it was caused by the Y2K bug or sabotage.
(2 replies )
Main
U.S. intelligence computer crashes for nearly 3 days
By crypto
Sun Jan 30, 2000 01:27 PM
CNN reports that an NSA computer crashed and was not available for three days. The computer is used to process intelligence data rather than collect it. Officials do not believe it was caused by the Y2K bug or sabotage.
(2 replies )
Main
U.S. intelligence computer crashes for nearly 3 days
By crypto
Sun Jan 30, 2000 01:27 PM
CNN reports that an NSA computer crashed and was not available for three days. The computer is used to process intelligence data rather than collect it. Officials do not believe it was caused by the Y2K bug or sabotage.
(2 replies )
Main
U.S. intelligence computer crashes for nearly 3 days
By crypto
Sun Jan 30, 2000 01:27 PM
CNN reports that an NSA computer crashed and was not available for three days. The computer is used to process intelligence data rather than collect it. Officials do not believe it was caused by the Y2K bug or sabotage.
(2 replies )
Main
U.S. intelligence computer crashes for nearly 3 days
By crypto
Sun Jan 30, 2000 01:27 PM
CNN reports that an NSA computer crashed and was not available for three days. The computer is used to process intelligence data rather than collect it. Officials do not believe it was caused by the Y2K bug or sabotage.
(2 replies )
Main
U.S. intelligence computer crashes for nearly 3 days
By crypto
Sun Jan 30, 2000 01:27 PM
CNN reports that an NSA computer crashed and was not available for three days. The computer is used to process intelligence data rather than collect it. Officials do not believe it was caused by the Y2K bug or sabotage.
(2 replies )
Main
U.S. intelligence computer crashes for nearly 3 days
By crypto
Sun Jan 30, 2000 01:27 PM
CNN reports that an NSA computer crashed and was not available for three days. The computer is used to process intelligence data rather than collect it. Officials do not believe it was caused by the Y2K bug or sabotage.
(2 replies )
Main
Orwellian Nightmare Down Under?
By crypto
Sat Dec 04, 1999 07:00 PM
This Wired story explains the new bill passed in Australia that permits its Australian Security Intelligence Organization to hack into its citizens' computers. Privacy advocates object to the broad wording which allows anything that's "reasonable incidental" during the course of legally altering data to conceal surveillance.
(more )
Main
Orwellian Nightmare Down Under?
By crypto
Sat Dec 04, 1999 07:00 PM
This Wired story explains the new bill passed in Australia that permits its Australian Security Intelligence Organization to hack into its citizens' computers. Privacy advocates object to the broad wording which allows anything that's "reasonable incidental" during the course of legally altering data to conceal surveillance.
(more )
Main
Orwellian Nightmare Down Under?
By crypto
Sat Dec 04, 1999 07:00 PM
This Wired story explains the new bill passed in Australia that permits its Australian Security Intelligence Organization to hack into its citizens' computers. Privacy advocates object to the broad wording which allows anything that's "reasonable incidental" during the course of legally altering data to conceal surveillance.
(more )
Main
Orwellian Nightmare Down Under?
By crypto
Sat Dec 04, 1999 07:00 PM
This Wired story explains the new bill passed in Australia that permits its Australian Security Intelligence Organization to hack into its citizens' computers. Privacy advocates object to the broad wording which allows anything that's "reasonable incidental" during the course of legally altering data to conceal surveillance.
(more )
Main
Orwellian Nightmare Down Under?
By crypto
Sat Dec 04, 1999 07:00 PM
This Wired story explains the new bill passed in Australia that permits its Australian Security Intelligence Organization to hack into its citizens' computers. Privacy advocates object to the broad wording which allows anything that's "reasonable incidental" during the course of legally altering data to conceal surveillance.
(more )
Main
Orwellian Nightmare Down Under?
By crypto
Sat Dec 04, 1999 07:00 PM
This Wired story explains the new bill passed in Australia that permits its Australian Security Intelligence Organization to hack into its citizens' computers. Privacy advocates object to the broad wording which allows anything that's "reasonable incidental" during the course of legally altering data to conceal surveillance.
(more )
Main
Orwellian Nightmare Down Under?
By crypto
Sat Dec 04, 1999 07:00 PM
This Wired story explains the new bill passed in Australia that permits its Australian Security Intelligence Organization to hack into its citizens' computers. Privacy advocates object to the broad wording which allows anything that's "reasonable incidental" during the course of legally altering data to conceal surveillance.
(more )
Main
Orwellian Nightmare Down Under?
By crypto
Sat Dec 04, 1999 07:00 PM
This Wired story explains the new bill passed in Australia that permits its Australian Security Intelligence Organization to hack into its citizens' computers. Privacy advocates object to the broad wording which allows anything that's "reasonable incidental" during the course of legally altering data to conceal surveillance.
(more )
Main
Orwellian Nightmare Down Under?
By crypto
Sat Dec 04, 1999 07:00 PM
This Wired story explains the new bill passed in Australia that permits its Australian Security Intelligence Organization to hack into its citizens' computers. Privacy advocates object to the broad wording which allows anything that's "reasonable incidental" during the course of legally altering data to conceal surveillance.
(more )
Main
Orwellian Nightmare Down Under?
By crypto
Sat Dec 04, 1999 07:00 PM
This Wired story explains the new bill passed in Australia that permits its Australian Security Intelligence Organization to hack into its citizens' computers. Privacy advocates object to the broad wording which allows anything that's "reasonable incidental" during the course of legally altering data to conceal surveillance.
(more )
Main
Orwellian Nightmare Down Under?
By crypto
Sat Dec 04, 1999 07:00 PM
This Wired story explains the new bill passed in Australia that permits its Australian Security Intelligence Organization to hack into its citizens' computers. Privacy advocates object to the broad wording which allows anything that's "reasonable incidental" during the course of legally altering data to conceal surveillance.
(more )
Cryptography
DVD encryption hacked
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 04:00 PM
This CNN story details how some Norwegian hackers have cracked the purported 40-bit DVD encryption and have released a cracking program called DeCSS. This program allows you to copy a DVD onto your hard disk. Ironically, the export restrictions on encryption made it easier to crack.
(4 replies )
Cryptography
DVD encryption hacked
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 04:00 PM
This CNN story details how some Norwegian hackers have cracked the purported 40-bit DVD encryption and have released a cracking program called DeCSS. This program allows you to copy a DVD onto your hard disk. Ironically, the export restrictions on encryption made it easier to crack.
(4 replies )
Cryptography
DVD encryption hacked
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 04:00 PM
This CNN story details how some Norwegian hackers have cracked the purported 40-bit DVD encryption and have released a cracking program called DeCSS. This program allows you to copy a DVD onto your hard disk. Ironically, the export restrictions on encryption made it easier to crack.
(4 replies )
Cryptography
DVD encryption hacked
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 04:00 PM
This CNN story details how some Norwegian hackers have cracked the purported 40-bit DVD encryption and have released a cracking program called DeCSS. This program allows you to copy a DVD onto your hard disk. Ironically, the export restrictions on encryption made it easier to crack.
(4 replies )
Cryptography
DVD encryption hacked
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 04:00 PM
This CNN story details how some Norwegian hackers have cracked the purported 40-bit DVD encryption and have released a cracking program called DeCSS. This program allows you to copy a DVD onto your hard disk. Ironically, the export restrictions on encryption made it easier to crack.
(4 replies )
Cryptography
DVD encryption hacked
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 04:00 PM
This CNN story details how some Norwegian hackers have cracked the purported 40-bit DVD encryption and have released a cracking program called DeCSS. This program allows you to copy a DVD onto your hard disk. Ironically, the export restrictions on encryption made it easier to crack.
(4 replies )
Cryptography
DVD encryption hacked
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 04:00 PM
This CNN story details how some Norwegian hackers have cracked the purported 40-bit DVD encryption and have released a cracking program called DeCSS. This program allows you to copy a DVD onto your hard disk. Ironically, the export restrictions on encryption made it easier to crack.
(4 replies )
Cryptography
DVD encryption hacked
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 04:00 PM
This CNN story details how some Norwegian hackers have cracked the purported 40-bit DVD encryption and have released a cracking program called DeCSS. This program allows you to copy a DVD onto your hard disk. Ironically, the export restrictions on encryption made it easier to crack.
(4 replies )
Cryptography
DVD encryption hacked
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 04:00 PM
This CNN story details how some Norwegian hackers have cracked the purported 40-bit DVD encryption and have released a cracking program called DeCSS. This program allows you to copy a DVD onto your hard disk. Ironically, the export restrictions on encryption made it easier to crack.
(4 replies )
Cryptography
DVD encryption hacked
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 04:00 PM
This CNN story details how some Norwegian hackers have cracked the purported 40-bit DVD encryption and have released a cracking program called DeCSS. This program allows you to copy a DVD onto your hard disk. Ironically, the export restrictions on encryption made it easier to crack.
(4 replies )
Cryptography
DVD encryption hacked
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 04:00 PM
This CNN story details how some Norwegian hackers have cracked the purported 40-bit DVD encryption and have released a cracking program called DeCSS. This program allows you to copy a DVD onto your hard disk. Ironically, the export restrictions on encryption made it easier to crack.
(4 replies )
Privacy
This is just between us (and the spies)
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 03:42 PM
This story comes from Independent News: The US National Security Agency has patented a new technology for monitoring millions of telephone calls, so watch out, it's now even easier for the spooks to eavesdrop on your conversations.
(more )
Privacy
This is just between us (and the spies)
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 03:42 PM
This story comes from Independent News: The US National Security Agency has patented a new technology for monitoring millions of telephone calls, so watch out, it's now even easier for the spooks to eavesdrop on your conversations.
(more )
Privacy
This is just between us (and the spies)
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 03:42 PM
This story comes from Independent News: The US National Security Agency has patented a new technology for monitoring millions of telephone calls, so watch out, it's now even easier for the spooks to eavesdrop on your conversations.
(more )
Privacy
This is just between us (and the spies)
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 03:42 PM
This story comes from Independent News: The US National Security Agency has patented a new technology for monitoring millions of telephone calls, so watch out, it's now even easier for the spooks to eavesdrop on your conversations.
(more )
Privacy
This is just between us (and the spies)
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 03:42 PM
This story comes from Independent News: The US National Security Agency has patented a new technology for monitoring millions of telephone calls, so watch out, it's now even easier for the spooks to eavesdrop on your conversations.
(more )
Privacy
This is just between us (and the spies)
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 03:42 PM
This story comes from Independent News: The US National Security Agency has patented a new technology for monitoring millions of telephone calls, so watch out, it's now even easier for the spooks to eavesdrop on your conversations.
(more )
Privacy
This is just between us (and the spies)
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 03:42 PM
This story comes from Independent News: The US National Security Agency has patented a new technology for monitoring millions of telephone calls, so watch out, it's now even easier for the spooks to eavesdrop on your conversations.
(more )
Privacy
This is just between us (and the spies)
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 03:42 PM
This story comes from Independent News: The US National Security Agency has patented a new technology for monitoring millions of telephone calls, so watch out, it's now even easier for the spooks to eavesdrop on your conversations.
(more )
Privacy
This is just between us (and the spies)
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 03:42 PM
This story comes from Independent News: The US National Security Agency has patented a new technology for monitoring millions of telephone calls, so watch out, it's now even easier for the spooks to eavesdrop on your conversations.
(more )
Privacy
This is just between us (and the spies)
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 03:42 PM
This story comes from Independent News: The US National Security Agency has patented a new technology for monitoring millions of telephone calls, so watch out, it's now even easier for the spooks to eavesdrop on your conversations.
(more )
Privacy
This is just between us (and the spies)
By crypto
Mon Nov 15, 1999 03:42 PM
This story comes from Independent News: The US National Security Agency has patented a new technology for monitoring millions of telephone calls, so watch out, it's now even easier for the spooks to eavesdrop on your conversations.
(more )
Main
House Kills Digital Signatures
By crypto
Wed Nov 03, 1999 01:56 AM
Actually, the White House pulled its support for the digital signature bill effectively killing it on the House floor. This Wired story has the details.
(more )
Main
House Kills Digital Signatures
By crypto
Wed Nov 03, 1999 01:56 AM
Actually, the White House pulled its support for the digital signature bill effectively killing it on the House floor. This Wired story has the details.
(more )
Main
House Kills Digital Signatures
By crypto
Wed Nov 03, 1999 01:56 AM
Actually, the White House pulled its support for the digital signature bill effectively killing it on the House floor. This Wired story has the details.
(more )
Main
House Kills Digital Signatures
By crypto
Wed Nov 03, 1999 01:56 AM
Actually, the White House pulled its support for the digital signature bill effectively killing it on the House floor. This Wired story has the details.
(more )
Main
House Kills Digital Signatures
By crypto
Wed Nov 03, 1999 01:56 AM
Actually, the White House pulled its support for the digital signature bill effectively killing it on the House floor. This Wired story has the details.
(more )
Main
House Kills Digital Signatures
By crypto
Wed Nov 03, 1999 01:56 AM
Actually, the White House pulled its support for the digital signature bill effectively killing it on the House floor. This Wired story has the details.
(more )
Main
House Kills Digital Signatures
By crypto
Wed Nov 03, 1999 01:56 AM
Actually, the White House pulled its support for the digital signature bill effectively killing it on the House floor. This Wired story has the details.
(more )
Main
House Kills Digital Signatures
By crypto
Wed Nov 03, 1999 01:56 AM
Actually, the White House pulled its support for the digital signature bill effectively killing it on the House floor. This Wired story has the details.
(more )
Main
House Kills Digital Signatures
By crypto
Wed Nov 03, 1999 01:56 AM
Actually, the White House pulled its support for the digital signature bill effectively killing it on the House floor. This Wired story has the details.
(more )
Main
House Kills Digital Signatures
By crypto
Wed Nov 03, 1999 01:56 AM
Actually, the White House pulled its support for the digital signature bill effectively killing it on the House floor. This Wired story has the details.
(more )
Main
House Kills Digital Signatures
By crypto
Wed Nov 03, 1999 01:56 AM
Actually, the White House pulled its support for the digital signature bill effectively killing it on the House floor. This Wired story has the details.
(more )
Cryptography
Justice wants broader computer search liberties
By crypto
Fri Aug 20, 1999 10:59 AM
This CNet story explains how the Justice Department wants a new law passed called the Cyberspace Electronic Security Act(CESA) to allow them greater access to look for cryptographic keys during searches.
(more )
Cryptography
Justice wants broader computer search liberties
By crypto
Fri Aug 20, 1999 10:59 AM
This CNet story explains how the Justice Department wants a new law passed called the Cyberspace Electronic Security Act(CESA) to allow them greater access to look for cryptographic keys during searches.
(more )
Cryptography
Justice wants broader computer search liberties
By crypto
Fri Aug 20, 1999 10:59 AM
This CNet story explains how the Justice Department wants a new law passed called the Cyberspace Electronic Security Act(CESA) to allow them greater access to look for cryptographic keys during searches.
(more )
Cryptography
Justice wants broader computer search liberties
By crypto
Fri Aug 20, 1999 10:59 AM
This CNet story explains how the Justice Department wants a new law passed called the Cyberspace Electronic Security Act(CESA) to allow them greater access to look for cryptographic keys during searches.
(more )
Cryptography
Justice wants broader computer search liberties
By crypto
Fri Aug 20, 1999 10:59 AM
This CNet story explains how the Justice Department wants a new law passed called the Cyberspace Electronic Security Act(CESA) to allow them greater access to look for cryptographic keys during searches.
(more )
Cryptography
Justice wants broader computer search liberties
By crypto
Fri Aug 20, 1999 10:59 AM
This CNet story explains how the Justice Department wants a new law passed called the Cyberspace Electronic Security Act(CESA) to allow them greater access to look for cryptographic keys during searches.
(more )
Cryptography
Justice wants broader computer search liberties
By crypto
Fri Aug 20, 1999 10:59 AM
This CNet story explains how the Justice Department wants a new law passed called the Cyberspace Electronic Security Act(CESA) to allow them greater access to look for cryptographic keys during searches.
(more )
Cryptography
Justice wants broader computer search liberties
By crypto
Fri Aug 20, 1999 10:59 AM
This CNet story explains how the Justice Department wants a new law passed called the Cyberspace Electronic Security Act(CESA) to allow them greater access to look for cryptographic keys during searches.
(more )
Cryptography
Justice wants broader computer search liberties
By crypto
Fri Aug 20, 1999 10:59 AM
This CNet story explains how the Justice Department wants a new law passed called the Cyberspace Electronic Security Act(CESA) to allow them greater access to look for cryptographic keys during searches.
(more )
Cryptography
Justice wants broader computer search liberties
By crypto
Fri Aug 20, 1999 10:59 AM
This CNet story explains how the Justice Department wants a new law passed called the Cyberspace Electronic Security Act(CESA) to allow them greater access to look for cryptographic keys during searches.
(more )
Cryptography
Justice wants broader computer search liberties
By crypto
Fri Aug 20, 1999 10:59 AM
This CNet story explains how the Justice Department wants a new law passed called the Cyberspace Electronic Security Act(CESA) to allow them greater access to look for cryptographic keys during searches.
(more )
Privacy
The war over your personal privacy is over. You Lost!
By crypto
Sat Jul 10, 1999 02:53 PM
The Seattle Weekly has an intriguing story on how we've already lost the war on personal privacy. Very thought provoking, and true. A must read!
(more )
Privacy
The war over your personal privacy is over. You Lost!
By crypto
Sat Jul 10, 1999 02:53 PM
The Seattle Weekly has an intriguing story on how we've already lost the war on personal privacy. Very thought provoking, and true. A must read!
(more )
Privacy
The war over your personal privacy is over. You Lost!
By crypto
Sat Jul 10, 1999 02:53 PM
The Seattle Weekly has an intriguing story on how we've already lost the war on personal privacy. Very thought provoking, and true. A must read!
(more )
Privacy
The war over your personal privacy is over. You Lost!
By crypto
Sat Jul 10, 1999 02:53 PM
The Seattle Weekly has an intriguing story on how we've already lost the war on personal privacy. Very thought provoking, and true. A must read!
(more )
Privacy
The war over your personal privacy is over. You Lost!
By crypto
Sat Jul 10, 1999 02:53 PM
The Seattle Weekly has an intriguing story on how we've already lost the war on personal privacy. Very thought provoking, and true. A must read!
(more )
Privacy
The war over your personal privacy is over. You Lost!
By crypto
Sat Jul 10, 1999 02:53 PM
The Seattle Weekly has an intriguing story on how we've already lost the war on personal privacy. Very thought provoking, and true. A must read!
(more )
Privacy
The war over your personal privacy is over. You Lost!
By crypto
Sat Jul 10, 1999 02:53 PM
The Seattle Weekly has an intriguing story on how we've already lost the war on personal privacy. Very thought provoking, and true. A must read!
(more )
Privacy
The war over your personal privacy is over. You Lost!
By crypto
Sat Jul 10, 1999 02:53 PM
The Seattle Weekly has an intriguing story on how we've already lost the war on personal privacy. Very thought provoking, and true. A must read!
(more )
Privacy
The war over your personal privacy is over. You Lost!
By crypto
Sat Jul 10, 1999 02:53 PM
The Seattle Weekly has an intriguing story on how we've already lost the war on personal privacy. Very thought provoking, and true. A must read!
(more )
Privacy
The war over your personal privacy is over. You Lost!
By crypto
Sat Jul 10, 1999 02:53 PM
The Seattle Weekly has an intriguing story on how we've already lost the war on personal privacy. Very thought provoking, and true. A must read!
(more )
Privacy
The war over your personal privacy is over. You Lost!
By crypto
Sat Jul 10, 1999 02:53 PM
The Seattle Weekly has an intriguing story on how we've already lost the war on personal privacy. Very thought provoking, and true. A must read!
(more )
Cryptography
The CIA Sculpture Mystery
By crypto
Wed Jun 16, 1999 02:32 PM
ABCNews has a neat story about the sculpture at the CIA which has cryptographers stumped. Some progress has been made, but you can try your hand at cracking this cipher.

This Kryptos page has a lot of information on the enigma. And EXPAK6 - KRYPTOS - The Secret of the Sanborn Sculpture in front of CIA Headquarters is another great link. This NY Times article The Kryptos Code Unmasked has the first three decrypted paragraphs including some misspellings.

(more )
Cryptography
The CIA Sculpture Mystery
By crypto
Wed Jun 16, 1999 02:32 PM
ABCNews has a neat story about the sculpture at the CIA which has cryptographers stumped. Some progress has been made, but you can try your hand at cracking this cipher.

This Kryptos page has a lot of information on the enigma. And EXPAK6 - KRYPTOS - The Secret of the Sanborn Sculpture in front of CIA Headquarters is another great link. This NY Times article The Kryptos Code Unmasked has the first three decrypted paragraphs including some misspellings.

(more )
Cryptography
The CIA Sculpture Mystery
By crypto
Wed Jun 16, 1999 02:32 PM
ABCNews has a neat story about the sculpture at the CIA which has cryptographers stumped. Some progress has been made, but you can try your hand at cracking this cipher.

This Kryptos page has a lot of information on the enigma. And EXPAK6 - KRYPTOS - The Secret of the Sanborn Sculpture in front of CIA Headquarters is another great link. This NY Times article The Kryptos Code Unmasked has the first three decrypted paragraphs including some misspellings.

(more )
Cryptography
The CIA Sculpture Mystery
By crypto
Wed Jun 16, 1999 02:32 PM
ABCNews has a neat story about the sculpture at the CIA which has cryptographers stumped. Some progress has been made, but you can try your hand at cracking this cipher.

This Kryptos page has a lot of information on the enigma. And EXPAK6 - KRYPTOS - The Secret of the Sanborn Sculpture in front of CIA Headquarters is another great link. This NY Times article The Kryptos Code Unmasked has the first three decrypted paragraphs including some misspellings.

(more )
Cryptography
The CIA Sculpture Mystery
By crypto
Wed Jun 16, 1999 02:32 PM
ABCNews has a neat story about the sculpture at the CIA which has cryptographers stumped. Some progress has been made, but you can try your hand at cracking this cipher.

This Kryptos page has a lot of information on the enigma. And EXPAK6 - KRYPTOS - The Secret of the Sanborn Sculpture in front of CIA Headquarters is another great link. This NY Times article The Kryptos Code Unmasked has the first three decrypted paragraphs including some misspellings.

(more )
Cryptography
The CIA Sculpture Mystery
By crypto
Wed Jun 16, 1999 02:32 PM
ABCNews has a neat story about the sculpture at the CIA which has cryptographers stumped. Some progress has been made, but you can try your hand at cracking this cipher.

This Kryptos page has a lot of information on the enigma. And EXPAK6 - KRYPTOS - The Secret of the Sanborn Sculpture in front of CIA Headquarters is another great link. This NY Times article The Kryptos Code Unmasked has the first three decrypted paragraphs including some misspellings.

(more )
Cryptography
The CIA Sculpture Mystery
By crypto
Wed Jun 16, 1999 02:32 PM
ABCNews has a neat story about the sculpture at the CIA which has cryptographers stumped. Some progress has been made, but you can try your hand at cracking this cipher.

This Kryptos page has a lot of information on the enigma. And EXPAK6 - KRYPTOS - The Secret of the Sanborn Sculpture in front of CIA Headquarters is another great link. This NY Times article The Kryptos Code Unmasked has the first three decrypted paragraphs including some misspellings.

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Cryptography
The CIA Sculpture Mystery
By crypto
Wed Jun 16, 1999 02:32 PM
ABCNews has a neat story about the sculpture at the CIA which has cryptographers stumped. Some progress has been made, but you can try your hand at cracking this cipher.

This Kryptos page has a lot of information on the enigma. And EXPAK6 - KRYPTOS - The Secret of the Sanborn Sculpture in front of CIA Headquarters is another great link. This NY Times article The Kryptos Code Unmasked has the first three decrypted paragraphs including some misspellings.

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Cryptography
The CIA Sculpture Mystery
By crypto
Wed Jun 16, 1999 02:32 PM
ABCNews has a neat story about the sculpture at the CIA which has cryptographers stumped. Some progress has been made, but you can try your hand at cracking this cipher.

This Kryptos page has a lot of information on the enigma. And EXPAK6 - KRYPTOS - The Secret of the Sanborn Sculpture in front of CIA Headquarters is another great link. This NY Times article The Kryptos Code Unmasked has the first three decrypted paragraphs including some misspellings.

(more )
Cryptography
The CIA Sculpture Mystery
By crypto
Wed Jun 16, 1999 02:32 PM
ABCNews has a neat story about the sculpture at the CIA which has cryptographers stumped. Some progress has been made, but you can try your hand at cracking this cipher.

This Kryptos page has a lot of information on the enigma. And EXPAK6 - KRYPTOS - The Secret of the Sanborn Sculpture in front of CIA Headquarters is another great link. This NY Times article The Kryptos Code Unmasked has the first three decrypted paragraphs including some misspellings.

(more )
Cryptography
The CIA Sculpture Mystery
By crypto
Wed Jun 16, 1999 02:32 PM
ABCNews has a neat story about the sculpture at the CIA which has cryptographers stumped. Some progress has been made, but you can try your hand at cracking this cipher.

This Kryptos page has a lot of information on the enigma. And EXPAK6 - KRYPTOS - The Secret of the Sanborn Sculpture in front of CIA Headquarters is another great link. This NY Times article The Kryptos Code Unmasked has the first three decrypted paragraphs including some misspellings.

(more )
Cryptography
Report: U.S. Uses Key Escrow To Steal Secrets
By crypto
Sun May 23, 1999 11:36 AM
This TechWeb article describes a disturbing allegation that the US and allies use key escrow to give away secrets to US companies. European plans for controlling encryption software are nothing to do with law enforcement and everything to do with U.S. industrial espionage, according to a report released by the European Parliament on Friday.
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