Pam Martens has a pointed post on the cumulative surveillance by government and private databases.
We may think that this is a small price to pay for fighting terrorism. However, we should be aware of the price–https://bit.ly/2Nh9lUH.
Another long-tail cost of 9/11 and the U.S. response to it.
Tuesday, September 4, 2018
BIG BROTHER'S LITTLE BROTHER | Corporate Surveillance
Labels: 9/11, Big Brother, cost of 9/11, cost of response, databases, fighting terrorism, price, response to 9/11, Surveillance
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