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A surveillance-proof font?

It's not the perfect defense against our current state of near-totalized communications surveillance, but it's something: A former NSA contractor, Sang Mun, has designed a font he says is highly difficult for surveillance text scanner to decipher.

As CNN reported:

[T]he Korean designer has created four new fonts called ZXX that aim to disrupt the Optical Character Recognition (OCR) systems used by Google and others to analyze text.