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your playbook to online privacy - launching today
Between 1950 and 1989 the National Security Agency, commonly known as the Stasi, in East Germany, employed 274,000 people. Their mission was to spy on everyone who lived in the country. Family members sometimes even reported on other family members. Nearly every move anyone made was reported. It was something that the rest of the world struggled to comprehend. It sounded like a bad novel, perhaps closer to the societal blueprint George Orwell had presented in the book 1984.