Jan 9, 2014

With Great Computing Power Comes Great Surveillance

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The dark side of Moore’s Law,

Nearly 50 years ago, Gordon Moore suggested that the number of transistors that could be placed on a silicon chip would continue to double at regular intervals for the foreseeable future. Known as Moore’s law, the truth of that observation has made computers cheap and ubiquitous. Cellphones are so inexpensive there are now more than six billion of themalmost one for every person on the planet.

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