2 thoughts on “Leave Your Cellphone at Home – an Interview with Jacob Appelbaum | n + 1

  1. veritaze 09/09/2012 / 8:30 PM

    Reblogged this on Veritaze and commented:
    ioerror ftw! See also the Tor project’s presentation at CCC last year:

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  2. thomlucci 10/08/2012 / 4:12 PM

    We live in very scary times. I think technology/science has progressed beyond mankind’s ability to live with it, deal with it, in a mature and sensible means. The frailties of mankind (our sins, our prejudices, our greed, lust, etc) will be our undoing, if it has not happened already. I honestly wish I had been born not in the late 1940’s, but around the time my parents were born, because our nation’s “Greatest Generation”, our nation’s greatest glory has come and gone. I fear we will never see the greatness of our nation like that again.

    Many empires were defeated by first rotting from within, and so it is with our “empire”. We are in the declining years of the greatest nation in history. Yet, many people, those born after 1970, cannot see that, because they never saw how great we were before their mothers gave them birth.

    May God have mercy on us all.

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