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Windy City Linux Users Group Message Board › "Linux Journal readers get flagged for extra surveillance"

"Linux Journal readers get flagged for extra surveillance"

Drew F.
user 11663039
Chicago, IL
Post #: 94
Interesting story on Linux Journal:

NSA: Linux Journal is an "extremist forum" and its readers get flagged for extra surveillance

The Linux Journal has some great security-minded articles including:

Tails above the Rest: the Installation
"With Tails, you boot in to a live environment either from a DVD or USB stick that is set with incredibly secure defaults. Tails takes great lengths to provide you with a secure, anonymous environment. Among other things, Tor automatically launches and connects once you start the desktop, and all communications are routed over it."
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