Know that there are politicians in the West who drool at the thought of being able to do to you what China does to its citizens.

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I once read a book about the 30 Years' War and I made a note of this passage:
"Periods of transition are always periods of mismanagement; thus the predominant demand of the time was for efficiency. Acutely conscious of the prevailing insecurity, that small section of the populace which exercised its influence was in general prepared to accept any government which could guarantee peace and order".

"The Thirty Years' War" by Cicely Veronica Wedgwood.

@aral the story is serious, but the last paragraph is funny "China's cybersecurity administration did not respond to a fax requesting comment." ... a fax.

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