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Story: How to Automatically Record the Terminal Session Activity of All Users on LinuxTotal Replies: 0
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nmset

Dec 24, 2019
5:52 AM EDT
This kind of monitoring is akin to Gestapo/Stazi spying, in the name of security likewise. LAN routers in most, if not all, companies already implement *censorship* through content filtering, though not named as such. Now logging user input is a step further in destroying individual liberties. There'll always be some noble reasons put forward to validate such behavior. When the same reasoning is applied in other regions like North Korea, it is immediately despised. We are no better.

I have well understood that the artiicle mentions critical servers. The administrators should do the job themselves if their trust level is so low.

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