How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Return of the Son of the Revenge of TIA...

That's right folks, TIA, Total Information Awareness, which activism and common sense have assaulted and "killed" on several occasions is back.

This time, it's broken up into smaller segments. The purpose is the same. It's just that right _now_, they're not focussing on state-side surveillance. But then again, most of the information on these programs is under lock and key. So we'll never know anyway.

Here, Steriogram is fun. I was amused.

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