Cloaking Your Movements in Cyberspace
At the tender age of eight, Kon Leong learned a valuable lesson about privacy. He was living with his Chinese parents in India when the Indo-China War broke out in 1962, shattering diplomatic relations between the two countries for the next 16 years and placing Chinese who lived in India under suspicion for espionage. With every move his family made subject to surveillance, Leong realized the less others know about you, the better.
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