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I doubt that any text,email, or other communication that we make via the internet or our providers' network is safe from interception/mining/reading if the "powers that be" decide that they want to see it..an unfortunate side effect of the hacker/NSA/security nightmare that we now live with on a daily basis..
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Doesnt mean I need to feed it to them. Let them work for it if they want it.
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