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January 14, 2015



Towards the end you note that "the capacity for social control has now outgrown any currently available political project".

The alacrity with which the state has insisted that the Charlie Hebdo killings require greater surveillance, to the point of outlawing encryption, suggests that a project can always be envisioned to fill the gap.

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