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September 01, 2006

Geeklawyer on Privacy

From the south of England Geeklawyer's co-blogger Ruthie checks in with "Just Because You Are Paranoid, Doesn’t Mean They Aren’t Watching You". She begins: "Over the years a number of Ruthie’s clients have sagely informed her that they wear tin foil hats at home to stop the government reading their thoughts".

Posted by JD Hull at September 1, 2006 03:12 AM


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