Why ‘I Have Nothing to Hide’ Is the Wrong Way to Think About Surveillance

The programs of the past (Carnivore, Echelon, and Total Information Awareness) can be characterized as ‘proximate surveillance,’ in which the government attempted to use technology to directly monitor communication themselves. The programs of this decade (PRISM, Boundless Informant, and FISA orders) mark the transition …

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Why ‘I Have Nothing to Hide’ Is the Wrong Way to Think About Surveillance

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Thursday, June 13th, 2013 Net News

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