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Category Archives: Big Brother
An interesting pint Cory Doctorow brought up in his novel, Little Brother, is the idea of the “false positive.” He writes, “Say you have a new disease, called SuperAIDS. Only one in a million people gets SuperAIDS. You develop a test for SuperAIDS that’s 99 percent accurate… You give the test to a million people. One […] Continue reading
Think about the term “preemptive war.” Isn’t it a little funny? A war to prevent a war. Is it worth it? What happens if it fails? Could a war larger than the theoretical one be waged then? It is definitely not impossible… What about the idea that a world without surveillance seems to beg tragedy […] Continue reading