Governments and other organizations can use the internet to intercept emails, filter access to web sites, track browsing activities, set up pervasive web camera and geolocation surveillance systems, eliminate personal privacy, steal corporate secrets, and wreak havoc over the key infrastructure components of other countries.I believe the internet, and communication tools in general, intrinsically favor free expression. However, to do a better job supporting free expression new technologies coupled with a democratic legal structure are both needed.http://www.googcomments.blogspot.com
Not to be too picky, but shouldn't we use her correct name. It is Neda Agha-Soltan.
Due to the closing of the Federal government on the day this is scheduled, will this discussion be taking place?
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