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NTK 2000-07-28
28 July 2000

'First, the bad news: RIP got Royal Assent a few hours ago. The good news? It's all futile anyway. As a valued NTK subscriber, we know you value your privacy. We also know you are some sort of international cocaine smuggler (How do we know? Cookies, my friend, cookies). So you won't need us to remind you that you can bypass the twenty million pounds plus worth of surveillance technology that the government is foisting onto the ISP industry with a nifty combo of PGP/GnuGP, an offshore ssh shell account, and maybe a subscription to ZeroKnowledge's Freedom.' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:21 PM Fri 28 Jul 2000 Categories: NTK