Cryptic Typeface Throws Off Prying NSA Eyes

Cryptic Typeface Throws Off Prying NSA Eyes
technology

These fonts are artistically camouflaged to be undecipherable to software scanning systems.

Keerthana Jagadeesh
  • 2 july 2013

In the light of Snowden revealing that the US government was gathering private information from sites like Facebook and Google, netizens, activists and the even people living under a rock are now concerned about online privacy. To combat this, Sang Mun has devised a font typeface that prevents your data from being deciphered by the NSA.

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