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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Government Snoopers Are Panicking Over New Generation of Internet Addresses

Government agencies do not like citizens having greater privacy. This is why they are in panic mode. The new generation of Internet addresses will enable people to gain far greater privacy. The U.S. and Canada have warned that they will not be able to snoop as cheaply as before. Oh, woe! The new system is called IPv6. It will make it more difficult for agencies to trace who is using which electronic address. Which agencies are worried? The FBI, the Drug Administration Administration, and the Mounties. They have sent word to large Internet firms that they must be able to trace people. Some people are suspects. They must not be allowed to slip out of the digital net.
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