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Programmers fight government with M-o-o-t OS
Privacy groups have attacked the law for its intrusiveness.
M-o-o-t is the blueprint for a simple operating system based on the BSD variant of Unix. The OS is contained entirely on a single CD so it will not allow users to store files on their PC. It sends encrypted information to numerous offshore "data havens", outside British jurisdiction and hides the information inside random data. This makes communications data near impossible for UK police to retrieve.
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