Or maybe people looked and asked themselves what such a site would add to the knowledge pool already provided by the not-insignificant number of similar sites and advice pages that already exist.
Oh - I'm clearly missing something - I'm sorry.
My point was not about the availability of such information, it was about the gap between such sites and the general public. Perhaps I just haven't looked hard enough (I thought I had) but it seemed to me that the information is in a format which is likely only to attract those who consider themselves IT-savvy, not the greater part of the population who (you will agree) do not know what is a proxy server or VPN, for instance. It was a suggestion to bridge the gap between those who know something about such things and those who do not but are concerned about their privacy.
The point, then (as this is a public campaign website, not an IT nerd site), was not about the IT-savvy evading such surveillance, but about helping and educating the general public to evade such surveillance. If you would point me in the direction of sites which wouldn't put off the man in the street concerned about his privacy as being for IT nerds I'd be most grateful.
Perhaps there are pages on NO2ID (missed them) or on Bigbrotherwatch (missed them) or on liberty (missed them)?
It could be that the 100 people who had looked at my post asked what such a site would add, or alternatively it could be that since the demise of NIR the NO2ID forum has become a moribund spectator sport or IT clique?