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Every move you make, every breath you take...
30 July 2000

'From the moment you wake up tomorrow, nearly every movement you make will be tracked by somebody, somewhere. Walk to your car, turn on your computer at work, visit the local supermarket - all will be noted by cameras or databases deep in the bowels of corporate HQs and within shadowy government agencies.' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:27 PM Sun 30 Jul 2000 Categories: Privacy , The Observer