Nate Anderson

Ars Technica

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Deputy Editor at Ars Technica and author of The Internet Police: How Crime Went Online, and the Cops Followed

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Revelations
about the government’s electronic surveillance have raised alarms about
privacy. Today's   Wall Street Journal   reports that the National Security Agency’s capacity is…

Are 'Dark Networks' a Threat or a Haven Online?

Revelations about the government’s electronic surveillance have raised alarms about privacy. Today's  Wall Street Journal  reports that the National Security Agency’s capacity is…

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