Zero Knowledge Systems announces plans for a Linux port of "Freedom"Feb 21, 1999, 23:29 (1 Talkback[s])
Thanks to steve wallach for the tip-off.
"The unique nature of the Internet and digital communications has created serious threats to individual privacy. In the physical world, once a phone call is disconnected, the conversation is over. If you do not want to be overheard, you can find a private place to talk."
"The Internet is different. The Internet can maintain a recorded trail of all you do--email can be read by others long after it was sent, web surfing habits can be traced and newsgroup postings made today can still be linked to you years from now. Do you have to accept this technological invasion? No. There is something you can do, and it is easy."
"We call it Freedom."
"Like Freedom for the Mac, we are planning a client version of Freedom for Linux. Stay tuned to this spot for upcoming release dates!"