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The Moment of Truth, the Surveillance State Exposed…

Kim Dotcom and New Zealand’s Internet Party have gathered many of the greatest modern protagonists of freedom, assembled in Auckland’s Town Hall to discuss our quickly disappearing freedoms.

The Moment of Truth presents Glen Greenwald, Julian Assange, Edward Snowden, Bob Amsterdam and Kim Dotcom (many through live feeds) gathered together to discuss the truth about governments around the world, including New Zealand’s. Revealing revelations regarding the highest impact topics of our times; mass state surveillance, freedom and privacy.

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Anonymous: How to Trick the Trapwire Surveillance System…

In America the TrapWire surveillance system has been tasked with pre-attack surveillance, looking for the signs of terrorism before it happens. It is feared by many that this same system could be the beginning of an Orwellian nightmare.

The clever collection of hactivists Anonymous have this week released some rather cunning strategies for avoiding TrapWire, becoming invisible to the system. Many countries around the world have systems equivalent to TrapWire, the Anonymous tips should apply equally to those as well.

Presented for your viewing pleasure are a collection of tricks and tips that may just save you from the machine, if that’s a concern you have for some reason. Sit back, relax and remember that sometimes being anonymous can be a very handy thing.

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