Billy Brown wrote:
> Unless some unforeseen technology emerges to give one side to the that a
> dramatic advantage, surveillance appears to be a typical arms race case.
> Neither "attack" nor "defense" has a large inherent advantage...
> All in all, I see no reason to predict a big win for either side in this
> struggle based purely on the evolution of technology.
I can predict a big winner Billy. Those who can afford both the
info-missiles and the info-antimissiles. The big losers will be those
who can afford neither. When I say afford, I am not necessarily
referring to money, but rather wealth in ability to handle information
technology. I dont know the solution to this, or even if there is a
problem, but I know which side of the arms race I wanna be on:
the winning side. spike
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