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An Intriguing New Typeface That Censors Words Under NSA’s ‘Spook’ List
By Aqila Xiao Qi, 08 Jul 2015
As part of his Communication Design final project at Central Saint Martins, recent graduate Emil Kozole developed a thought-provoking typeface that automatically crosses out trigger words that are monitored by security agencies, such as the NSA, as they are being written.
Building the typeface, called ‘Seen’, on the reality of how our online communication is constantly filtered to draw out any potential suspicious activity, Kozole’s project aims to bring awareness to a bizarre collection of words that come under NSA’s “spook word” list.
Check out some images of the new typeface below, and find out more about it here.
[via Fast Company]
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