TIA used to stand for ‘Thanks In Advance…’

Software Pioneer Quits Board of Groove. “Mitchell D. Kapor, a software pioneer, resigned from the board of Groove Networks after learning the company’s software was being used by the Pentagon for surveillance.” By John Markoff. [New York Times: Technology]

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