07 julho 2013
Privacidade em 1862, em 1970 e agora
Is Privacy Dead? (1970)
Lincoln’s Surveillance State: In 1862, after President Abraham Lincoln appointed him secretary of war, Edwin M. Stanton penned a letter to the president requesting sweeping powers, which would include total control of the telegraph lines. By rerouting those lines through his office, Stanton would keep tabs on vast amounts of communication, journalistic, governmental and personal.
Would We Be Better Off Without the Internet? We can't "repeal the Internet." But it's killing our privacy, destroying journalism, and unleashing "conflict and mayhem."
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