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    Omniscience protocol

    As is usual in these April 1st times, the Internet Engineering Task Force, which gave you great classics like the Hyper Text Coffee Pot Control Protocol, which, as everybody knows, is the protocol with less exploits all over the internet, has concocted the Omniscience Protocol Requirements. Omniscience protocol (OP) is used this way:
    OP Servers would then, on whatever schedule they have been
    configured to use, send OP Queries to OP Clients to find out if the
    computer operator has engaged in an illegal act of interest to the
    operator of the OP Server

    Sadly, it looks like this protocol will be actually implemented in the near future.

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