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September 2012 rocks around with some crucial developments in the ongoing struggle over the future of the internet. Will it remain the one open frequency where humanity can bypass filters and barriers; or become the greatest spying machine ever imagined? The future is being decided as we type. Across Oceania, States have been erecting and installing measures to legalise the watching, tracking and storage of data of party-members and proles alike. If such plans materialize, will this place ever be the same? And what will be the evolutionary consequences for our human journey? Join our plucky host Robert Foster as he conducts an incisive analysis of the situation at hand. Joining him are newly appointed Thought Police General at the Pentopticon, Darth O’Brien Baxter, and a surprisingly lucid Terence Winston Moonseed. Once again, in the midst of this Grand Human Experiment, we are forced to ask tough questions about our future. Will it involve a free internet which will continue to revolutionise the way the world communicates with itself? Or is our picture of the future a Boot stamping on this Human InterFace forever?

[hat tips: kbouki and ActivistPost]

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  1. I have long believed that rolling out the internet was a calculated risk for the PTB – they knew it would open the floodgates of suppressed information, but figured they could get the spyware into place quickly enough to enact their goal of total surveillance.

    Via a single access point, they can now monitor the newspapers we read, the people we communicate with, the movies we watch, the music we listen to, our bank accounts, our travel plans, etc. etc. etc.

    The internet can be used for good, but we must take care of our redundant, offline systems for all of these activities so we’re not dead in the water when the elite hit the “kill” switch.

    I predict that there will soon be a segment of society that will reject the “world wide wiretap” lifestyle and choose analog over digital.

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