Surveillance Paradigm Fit For Analog Past

BY Heather Greenfield
November 13, 2013

Nick Ashton-Hart’s opinion piece on government surveillance over the weekend for Circle ID has been viewed 1500 times and counting. He describes the needs of all Internet users regardless of nation or geographic location. He argues that all governments have a responsibility to not let surveillance get out of control and that responsibility does not stop at geographical boundaries. For more, read his full post here.

 

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