Tradecraft, Part One


We are at an awkward moment for communication: Our new worldwide system, the Internet, has become a full-blow surveillance and manipulation network. For all its advantages, the Internet is the one place you can be absolutely certain that you’ll be spied upon; that everything you say can and really will be used against you.


This issue of PS (and Part 2) show you precisely how to use old-fashioned tradecraft to evade the new surveillance complex and to keep your private matters private.