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For their eyes only : the commercialization of digital spying

Author: Morgan Marquis-BoireBill MarczakClaudio GuarnieriJohn Scott-RailtonCitizen Lab.All authors
Publisher: [Toronto, Ont.] : Citizen Lab, 2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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In the late 1990s in a central Auckland warehouse, I ran New Zealand's first cypherpunk anonymous remailer together with some friends. Anonymous remailers made it possible to send encrypted, anonymous e-mails; the idea was that this would guard free speech from the chilling effects of surveillance. In our more optimistic moments, we felt that the Internet would operate as a "Liberation Technology," facilitating free  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Morgan Marquis-Boire; Bill Marczak; Claudio Guarnieri; John Scott-Railton; Citizen Lab.; Canada Centre for Global Security Studies.; Munk School of Global Affairs.
OCLC Number: 852804259
Notes: "May 1, 2013."
"Citizen Lab and Canada Centre for Global Security Studies, Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto."
Description: 1 online resource (114 pages) : illustrations, maps, digital file
Contents: Introduction --
From Bahrain with love --
The smart phone who loved me --
Backdoors are forever --
You only click twice --
For their eyes only --
Tables --
Maps.
Responsibility: by Morgan Marquis-Boire ; with Bill Marczak, Caludio Guarnieri, and John Scott-Railton.
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In the late 1990s in a central Auckland warehouse, I ran New Zealand's first cypherpunk anonymous remailer together with some friends. Anonymous remailers made it possible to send encrypted, anonymous e-mails; the idea was that this would guard free speech from the chilling effects of surveillance. In our more optimistic moments, we felt that the Internet would operate as a "Liberation Technology," facilitating free and open discourse in a manner that could naturally ... only be positive. Of course, this type of technology would need to be nurtured, and people would need secure communications in order to empower the type of discussion which was essential to freedom and transparency in the Information Age. At the time this technology was not widely used, however, the views of the nascent cypherpunk scene were in some ways highly prescient.

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