Musicians wasted no time before speaking on federal government surveillance.
DJ Hennessy Youngman: "NSA Bangers"
2 Chainz ft. Pharrell: "Feds Watching"
If you're doing nothing wrong, you have nothing to hide from the giant surveillance apparatus the government's been hiding.
— Stephen Colbert (@StephenAtHome) June 11, 2013
Pretty hard to argue with that. Well said.
There's something I can't quite figure out about this Edward Snowden business.
Some of his critics are displaying what can only be called extremely tortured logic as they try to justify calls for his imprisonment, or worse.
This guest blog was written by Andrea Lance of Lance Law, LLC
I'll have a lot more to say about the NSA spying scandal in the coming days, weeks and probably years, but for now I simply want to highlight what strike me as key, if under-discussed, details.
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While you were feeling outraged about the NSA spying on Verizon (and, most likely, every other phone company's) customers, you may have missed a very troubling bit of news from New York state.
Did you know that most states don’t have laws on the books to prevent us from using GPS trackers or mobile spyware to track each other?