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"Matrix offers law agencies faster access to Americans' personal records"

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  1. I’d like the blue pill, please.

  2. That’s creepy as hell that they named it Matrix. Did they have to name it after the most widely-known evil computer system today? Why not just name it “Overtron” or “Big Brother”.
    Honestly, why can’t DARPA and all these other guys hire some decent PR people to focus-group the names of these programs a little (and the masonic TIA logo), or at least promote them a little better. PAM is dead now due to bad pr, basically, and “Babylon”, a Star-Trek-style universal translator also sounds great, but they’ll probably screw that up too somehow.
    If anyone at DARPA reads this, I’m available for a PR position. I’ll give you a free consult on spec right now: Here’s your tagline from now on: “new- from the people who brought you the internet…”
    More in this vein at Rex’s Blog.

  3. That’s creepy as hell that they named it Matrix. Did they have to name it after the most widely-known evil computer system today? Why not just name it “Overtron” or “Big Brother”.

    Thanks! We’ll pass your suggestions on to Skynet.

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