John McAfee's New Product Aims To Make Internet Users Virtually Untraceable

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Sept. 30, 2013


Speaking at the C2SV conference in Silicon Valley on Saturday, McAfee  
revealed his plans for a new company called Future Tense Central. The  
company's first product is D-Central, a hardware/software package still  
in development that aims to make any of its users anonymous and  
untraceable --


When asked by an audience member what he would do if the U.S. government  
wouldn't allow the kind of private communication afforded by his new  
product, McAfee didn't mince words.

"It's quite possible the federal government will not allow me to sell  
this product, too," McAfee told the audience. "But the federal  
government is not the world. I mean, if that happens, I will swallow it  
and I will sell it in England, and if I can't sell it there, I'll sell  
it in Japan, I'll sell it in China, I'll sell it in Russia, I'll go to  
the Third World. This is coming and it can't be stopped."


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