World Wide Web: Whom Was It Designed to Catch?
The primary goals of the internet have always been surveillance and control. Today, it is merely following its original design.
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While today’s obnoxious surveillance and censorship are new, they are a feature of the Internet, not a bug
Internet (originally ARPANET) was born out of a Pentagon surveillance and counterinsurgency pro…
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