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January 3, 2008
Demos Report on National Security
"National Security for the Twenty-First Century," by Charlie Edwards at the British think-tank Demos. It's long -- 121 pages -- but there's some good stuff in it.
Posted on January 3, 2008 at 6:33 AM
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If we only had more surveillance in the UK, we could find our 25 million lost child benefit records....
@ Albatross: who's left out of the rankings is more interesting than who's in. Burma, North Korea, Soviet Central Asia, many of the worst offenders aren't even ranked. Also, the Wired blog freely mixes relative stats with absolute ones, making the stats harder to understand.
Given those limitations, an unsurprising survey.
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