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No Place to Hide??

posted by:Michelle Gordon // 07:01 PM // January 22, 2005 // Surveillance and social sorting

ABC News broadcasted a special on a new book by Robert O'Harrow, a Washington Post Journalist. The book and program address the intersection of the data revolution and national security, and asks the scary question of whether we really do have anywhere to hide. For those who missed the program, check out ABC's website, as well as http://www.noplacetohide.net/. Or, of course, you could read the book!


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