Once it’s connected to the Internet, the personal computer isn’t very personal any more. In fact, it’s becoming more and more like the “telescreen” in George Orwell’s novel 1984.

Computer servers throughout the Internet now collect and store information about you from the keystrokes you enter in perceived privacy at home and office. Government investigators and lawyers in civil cases are going after these computer records with warrants and subpoenas – and you may not even be notified when they look at yours.

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