In anticipation of the battle for the body, we can envision a conflict among competing interests in property located within a person’s body and likely connected to externally controlled resources for storage, logging, and monitoring–for instance, a medical device–and we can imagine that someone’s body may contain more than one such synthetic organ, life sustaining system, or other supportive technology–all of which having different owners with different interests and claims on a person’s innards.
For almost three weeks, Dong Kim sat at a casino and played poker against a machine. But Kim wasn’t just any poker player. And this wasn’t just any machine.
Despite his widely read criticism of Tor, The Gruqq — a legendary, pseudonymous security expert — uses it as first and last line of defense in keeping your secret, activist Twitter account a secret.
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