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Big brother on a budget: How internet surveillance became so cheap

"The danger here," Electronic Frontier Foundation Technology Projects Director Peter Eckersley told Ars, "is that these technologies, which were initially developed for the purpose of finding malware, will end up being repurposed as commercial surveillance technology. You start out checking for malware, but you end up tracking people."

Monday, August 27, 2012
Wired

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