Project “Seen”

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Artist, Emile Kozole, has developed a typeface that will strike through any words that the NSA has identified as “spook words” that will put you on their radar as a potential threat.

You can try out words on his site HERE.

Oddly, the term Bugs Bunny was flagged.

ht/ Frederick William Dame

12 Comments on Project “Seen”

  1. T A I W A N

    01010100
    01000001
    01001001
    01010111
    01000001
    01001110

    If you’re trying to hide what you are typing, it won’t work. 01010100 is ALWAYS the capital letter T. If you use some neat trick to strike or obscure the letter, the underlying byte is still 01010100. And the gov’t knows that.

    01000101
    01010000
    01001001
    01000011
    00100000
    01000110
    01000001
    01001001
    01001100

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  3. Convert the binary to octal or some other base, take a picture of it, and encrypt the jpeg.
    Or just tell NSA to fuck off, they’ve overstepped their authority and now are operating as anti-American tyrants.
    ; -)

  4. Is there somewhere I can get the official list of spook words?

    Reminds me of way back when, there were email programs (or was it emacs?) where you could turn on an option for the program to insert a few words at the end randomly selected from a list of words thought to trigger the FBI’s monitoring software. The idea was that if everyone used this feature, then all email would trigger their system, overwhelming it.

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