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Sunday, December 18, 2005
  The Canadian Privacy Law Blog: Borrow the wrong book and get it personally delivered by the feds
The Canadian Privacy Law Blog: Borrow the wrong book and get it personally delivered by the feds: "One of the problems with widespread monitoring is the huge incidence of 'false positives'. This example from the University of Massachusetts is instructive and a bit chilling to those who have commented upon it."

I just checked and I still have my copy of the little red book from my old days. Does admitting this in public make me more of a security risk than if I kept it secret?
 


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