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The Rise Of The Surveillance State

by @ 4:06 pm on June 6, 2010. Filed under Homeland Security, Individual Liberty, Privacy, War On Terror

From Reason TV a look at how America has drifted, slowly and quietly, into the land of Big Brother:

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One Response to “The Rise Of The Surveillance State”

  1. Notice that Mr. Harris does not address the damage done to our citizens when our current agencies take “publicly available data” such as the plethora of slander and false accusations published by filth like those at the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and treat that targeted misinformation as reliable sources.

    The chief problem with our agencies “data mining” so-called public sources, is that the agencies have shown that they are incapable of discerning the difference between obvious false, political propaganda, and truth, nor is there any evidence that our federal and state agencies have included any sort of reclama process to enable slandered citizens to learn of their being targeted, or for our citizens to be afforded any opportunity to ensure their names are cleared of any false charges.

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