Thursday, January 26, 2006


Laura Rozen cites this piece in the NY Times to make the following observation:
No, it's to make ordinary Americans who are not breaking the law feel like they're being watched, so they curtail their normal behavior, so they are less political, less inquisitive, less vocal, less active, so they feel less free. Typical feature of the surveillance state.
She could be on to something.

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