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Essay heading: 1984: Foresite In A Blind World
 
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If they can do this to find a criminal, why can't they do it to locate anyone else? No one is to say that we are not being monitored every step we take. Our credit cards and bank book are our little breadcrumb trail. The internet is a tremendously vast resource. Millions of people are on-line everyday...
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Millions of people are on-line everyday. They write e-mails, they visit web sites, even make their own homepages. When an e-mail is sent your IP address is attached to it, no matter what you do. People can attach themselves to your connection, so they see whatever you do, They can even track your connection and find out where you live...
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