Wednesday, October 03, 2007

Big Brother is watching: Not just for fiction anymore


Doing a fly-by at national, the ACLU is reminding us that we are inching ever closer to a surveillance society. National has launched this new campaign with a stark warning:
The reality is we are fast approaching a genuine surveillance society in the United States - a dark future where our every move, our every transaction, our every communication is recorded, compiled, and stored away, ready to be examined and used against us by the authorities whenever they want. The ACLU has created this Surveillance Clock to symbolize just how close we are to a "midnight" of a genuine surveillance society. But it's not too late - there is still time to save our privacy.

National's website has a lot of great info on this topic. And performance artists Steve Connell and Sekou (tha misfit) are back with "Monster Among Us."

Andy in Harrisburg

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1 Comments:

Anonymous Alan said...

Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they AREN'T out to get you!

5:06 PM  

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