Monday, 1 October 2001 : "garfinkel"Worth perusing: A free chapter from Simson Garfinkel's Database Nation (published in early 2001), found via aaronland:
Chapter 9: Kooks and Terrorists
With targets so vulnerable, civil authorities so unprepared, and toxins so readily available, does it make sense to institute a worldwide dragnet to track and stop suspected terrorists before they strike? Increasingly, the U.S. government is insisting that the answer to this question is yes.
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