From Sweden, anti-spam tests ask questions about human rights
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Following fast from our coverage of the NotFound project's campaign to use 404 pages to hold information on missing persons, the Civil Rights Captcha is now using anti-spam devices to test if web users are human by asking them questions about global human rights issues. Current anti-spam tests often get users to type the word from a distorted image, something that malicious bots aren't able to do. Using the design of current tests, the Civil Rights Captcha asks respondent to select the correct answer from one of three captcha images, responding to a question about a human rights issue. For…
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