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Cs cpresentation police

  1. 1. And How You Can Avoid ItAshley Raymond
  2. 2.  Moving towards police state -UK monitoring Wiretap Act -The surveillance should include all Internet traffic, Mueller said, "whether it be .mil, .gov, .com-- whichever network youre talking about."
  3. 3. • Maybe not. They types of crime they’re searching for: • Child Pornography • Sex soliciting with minors etc. • Next could be monitoring specific target’s e-mail, chat, searches, and social networking pages for drug trafficking. •Torrenting movies, music, other media isn’t their main priority at the moment.
  4. 4.  Want to have privacy?• Download Free Software at www.torproject.org
  5. 5.  “To create a private network pathway with Tor, the users software builds a circuit of encrypted connections through relays on the network. The circuit is extended one hop at a time, and each spot along the way knows only which spot gave it data, and which spot it is giving data to. No individual spot ever knows the complete path that a data packet has taken. The software negotiates a separate set of encryption keys for each hop along the circuit to ensure that each spot cant trace these connections as they pass through.”
  6. 6.  Protect your private information from unscrupulous marketers and identity thieves. Research sensitive topics. Perhaps in your country, access to information on AIDS, birth control, abortion, etc. isn’t readily available. Truly anonymous tip lines. Protect your children online. If a creeper is determined enough, IP addresses can be literally mapped to a city or even street location, and can reveal other information. In the United States, the government is pushing to make this mapping increasingly precise.
  7. 7. AND REMEMBER, REMEMBER, IT’S YOUR RIGHT TO STAY ANONOYMOUS

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