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Spying on electronic communications has a long history

The July 8-15 edition of the New Yorker had an amusing letter to the editor about the first surveillance of electronic communications in the United States. Here’s an extract:

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Keeping an eye on folks

In the recent discussion about NSA, GCSB (New Zealand’s equivalent), and other high tech national spying organisations, we’ve heard much protestation from the ‘authorities’ that such spying is not carried out on national citizens, but only on foreigners. I’ve always … Continue reading

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