Outside the marginals

a commentary on the politics that followed the UK 2010 & 2015 elections

Magic ability to suppress evidence

Our Civil Service has found a way to suppress evidence of leaks. Apparently Whitehall send a couple of people round to “see the editor” (in this case the Guardian) and persuade him to destroy a computer that holds supposedly leaked information. The magic bit is these people have the ability to link all the other copies of this leaked information to this computer; so when the stake is driven through the heart of this one computer all copies worldwide are rendered inactive. The process which I believe originated in a joint US/UK project involves

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