By Mary Theroux | Wednesday August 20, 2014 at 11:33 AM PDT | Comments Off
Last month I saw a New York Times account of the latest interview with Edward Snowden headlined, “Racy Photos Were Often Shared at N.S.A., Snowden Says“—yet not widely picked up elsewhere—and I wondered, “Oh dear, if sex isn’t selling continued interest in NSA spying revelations, we’re in trouble.” Now, in an in-depth interview in...
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Tags: CIA, Civil Liberties, Constitution, Intelligence, Liberty, Personal Liberty, Privacy, Surveillance, Totalitarianism
By Aaron Tao | Tuesday June 24, 2014 at 11:49 AM PDT | Comments Off
“Will the digital age usher in the individual liberation and political freedoms that the Internet is uniquely capable of unleashing? Or will it bring about a system of omniscient monitoring and control, beyond the dreams of even the greatest tyrants of the past? Right now, either path is possible. Our actions will determine where...
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Tags: Bill of Rights, Book Review, Books, Censorship, Civil Liberties, Constitution, Corruption, Defense, Empire, Intelligence, Media, Privacy, Propaganda, Surveillance, Technology, The State, Transparency