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The leak of the NSA's PRISM program, a domestic electronic survelliance and data mining operation, threw information capitalism and rights-of-looking into the collective American consciousness, provoking one of the first true debates about homegrown spying since the Patriot Act, this time wholly digitized. Gone were the phone taps, now it's your Order History. Who uses a land-line anymore? 

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Any thing worth anything needs protecting. How, by whom, and from what? If the Internet is our most precious resource, then shall we afford it every available protection? There are a host of security measures in place on the Internet to protect against a variety of cyber-crimes. What better than a test? This is the CAPTCHA, or Completely Automated Public Turing Test to Tell Computers and Humans Apart.