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Submission + - What would a spook-proof Slashdot look like?

andhar writes: If we the Slashdot community decided to set an example, even for just one day, and give users the opportunity to browse Slashdot without fear of being cataloged by the likes of the NSA, what technologies would we be using? What do you think would be the best balance between use of use and security?

Highest rated solution gets a shot at consulting on implementing one day of secure Slashdot?
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What would a spook-proof Slashdot look like?

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