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21st Century "Star Chamber"

Good post DK. Just what we need?government bureaucrats and pseudo-bureaucrats appointed by DHS to protect citizens from abuse by DHS and the Three Letter Agencies.

Definitely 20 foxes selected to guard the privacy chicken coop.

Only 130+ people out of ~280,000,000 citizens applied. I don?t like that resume submission math at all.

I concur with Counterpane Internet Security?s CTO, Bruce Schneier, when he laughs at the 20-member "privacy advocate" list. It?s good for a chuckle or two, but sadly the joke is on you and me. Cool JP

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(NT) (NT) Are you surprised?

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