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Tails: One more distro for the privacy-conscious

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A couple of weeks ago I posted some information about the Department of Defense releasing its Lightweight Portable Security (LPS) Linux distribution aimed at giving remote workers a more secure way to access government networks — but also available to the public for anyone’s use who wants a little extra security.

I found another very similar distro called Tails, which is aimed more at general users who want to shield themselves, or at least their web activities, from prying eyes.

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