"The situation regarding privacy is 'worse' than anything George Orwell imagined in his novel 1984."

#Privacy

Wed, Aug 26th, 2015 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

Calling the UK's oversight of surveillance worse than anything "George Orwell could ever have imagined," the newly appointed UN special rapporteur on privacy, Joseph Cannataci, is calling for an Internet's "Geneva convention" for the safeguard of personal data.

There are messages on each page about water safety, printed in nontoxic ink, but it doesn't matter whether you read them or not. Each page is divided in half and perforated, designed to be ripped out. In every half page there's a thick filter infused with silver and copper nanoparticles. They give the paper its orange color and, more important, filter out the disease-causing bacteria ubiquitous in the waters of developing nations.

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