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May 3rd, 2004

nanoSpy

Abstract:
This weeks second case of misdirected effort comes from Eva Gutierrez of the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) in a study entitled “Privacy Implications of Nanotechnology.” As with many of these missives, it’s a case of spot the nano. We are two thirds of the way into the piece, wading through the usual cutting and pasting, garbling and mangling that often passes for introductions to nanotechnology before we find any mention of privacy.

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