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Privacy Coverage of DefCon. "Ever want to walk away from your life? You can change your identity, hide your tracks on the Internet, and cloak your e-mail in privacy. Battered wives can elude their painful pasts; harassers and criminals can hide from . . . Coverage of DefCon. "Ever want to walk away from your life? You can change your identity, hide your tracks on the Internet, and cloak your e-mail in privacy. Battered wives can elude their painful pasts; harassers and criminals can hide from the law. But you probably can't escape your boss. Speakers at Defcon, the world's largest convention of hackers and hangers-on, have privacy on their minds this year. And it's not just to hide nefarious deeds -- although a few of them admit to such motives. Rather, it's to hide from bosses who may be reading your e-mail, from junk mailers who spam your doorstep, or from bad credit records that may dog you for years."

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