October 17, 2013
The Art Project That Wants the NSA to Read Your Email

A new Gmail extension adds algorithmically generated text to the bottoms of emails, in an effort to unwittingly snare government eavesdroppers into capturing innocent communications.
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The Art Project That Wants the NSA to Read Your Email

A new Gmail extension adds algorithmically generated text to the bottoms of emails, in an effort to unwittingly snare government eavesdroppers into capturing innocent communications.

Read more.

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Filed under: Technology Email GMail ScareMail NSA 
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    When everything is suspicious, nothing is suspicious. What a beautiful thing.
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    Interesting read… Must remember the power of social networks and technological activists for my globalisation and...
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    The Atlantic Rebecca J. Rosen The Art Project That Wants the NSA to Read Your Email "Many people, upon learning of the...
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    Here’s a public art project that p79 probably won’t attempt soon. However, those of you talking about NSA surveillance...