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Adrian Lane

Good post. Earlier this week I sat through a discussion by several people in the U.S. intelligence community claiming that privacy on the Internet was a bad thing, saying user privacy was akin to putting cops on the street but not allowing them to make arrests. Incredible. I am glad to see there are more efforts out there to provided some type of proxy to provide assurance and privacy to internet activities.

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