Obfuscation: how leaving a trail of confusion can beat online surveillance | Technology | The Guardian

The art of obfuscation has a grand history, from ‘I’m Spartacus!’ to ghost radar in WWII. Could the same blurred approach give us more freedom online?

Source: Obfuscation: how leaving a trail of confusion can beat online surveillance | Technology | The Guardian

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