Dec 062012
 December 6, 2012  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

WashingtonsBlog writes:

TechDirt notes:

In a radio interview, Wall Street Journal reporter Julia Angwin (who’s been one of the best at covering the surveillance state in the US) made a simple observation that puts much of this into context: the US surveillance regime has more data on the average American than the Stasi ever did on East Germans.

Indeed, the American government has more information on the average American than Stalin had on Russians, Hitler had on German citizens, or any other government has ever had on its people.

Read more on Washington’s Blog.
Thanks to Joe Cadillic for this link.

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