Skip to comments.U.S. funding tech firms that help Mideast dissidents evade government censors
Posted on 03/24/2011 11:19:42 PM PDT by bronxville
The Obama administration may not be lending arms to dissidents in the Middle East, but it is offering aid in another critical way: helping them surf the Web anonymously as they seek to overthrow their governments.
Federal agencies - such as the State Department, the Defense Department and the Broadcasting Board of Governors - have been funding a handful of technology firms that allow people to get online without being tracked or to visit news or social media sites that governments have blocked. Many of these little-known organizations - such as the Tor Project and UltraReach- are unabashedly supportive of the activists in the Middle East.
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Fits in perfectly with the LONG HISTORY of pedophiles desire for anonymity.
This is going to be a major headache for whoever has to clean up after Obama.
And a headache for the RIAA and MPAA since this same technology allows for easy, anonymous song and movie downloads.
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