national surveillance

If you want a world in which you can't be taken possession of via your screen, in which you don't more or less automatically come with a dossier and a profile, I think you're going to have to slip those screens back into your pockets or, given that you can be tracked via your smartphones wherever you go (even if they're turned off), maybe into a desk drawer somewhere.
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The National Security Agency has developed surveillance programs that reach more Internet communications of Americans than
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), a fervent opponent of the National Security Agency's surveillance program, admitted that he considered leaking the program in an interview with Rolling Stone published on Thursday.
In June, Wyden publicly denounced the government's practice of "vacuuming up the phone records of millions of law-abiding