I came across this Linux OS Project when reading a very good book called "little brother" by Cory Doctrow

Paranoid Linux is an operating system that assumes that its operator is under assault from the government (it was intended for use by Chinese and Syrian dissidents), and it does everything it can to keep your communications and documents a secret. It even throws up a bunch of "chaff" communications that are supposed to disguise the fact that you're doing anything covert. So while you're receiving a political message one character at a time, ParanoidLinux is pretending to surf the Web and fill in questionnaires and flirt in chat-rooms. Meanwhile, one in every five hundred characters you receive is your real message, a needle buried in a huge haystack.
~Cory Doctorow (Little Brother, 2008)

Located at ParanoidLinux[dot]org inspired by the book people have been working on making this operating system a reality. The concept is very interesting, making everything that goes in and out of the box completely anonymous. The will be utilizing encryption, TOR and other tool and technology to achieve this. Anyone interested in this idea and concept i do encourage to support and share knowledge. The applications of this are pretty interesting although i have no intentions of being under assault by my government but for security in networks and operating system of companies that have sensitive data. Or even military applications will benefit from technology that can grow from this.