THE ELECTRONIC FRONTIER FOUNDATION has opened a web site designed to help you keep the government from get its grubby mitts on your hard-drive today.
EFF Senior Staff Attorney Kevin Bankston said the Surveillance Self-Defence project offers citizens a legal and technical toolkit with tips on how to defend themselves in case the government attempts to search, steal, subpoena or spy on their most private data.
The site can be found here if the spooks have not already taken it down as a threat to national security. µ
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