[...] As Neal Stephenson said, the threat is no longer Big Brother, but instead thousands of Little Brothers.
[...] 1984-style police states required lots of people. East Germany employed one informant for every 66 citizens. Today, there’s no reason to have anyone watch anyone else; computers can do the work of people. [...] – Schneier on Security: Is Big Brother a Big Deal?
This article is from 2007 and has been archived. It's old and probably outdated.