NSA Dragnet Debacle: What It Means To IT
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6/7/2013 | 6:29:19 PM
re: NSA Dragnet Debacle: What It Means To IT
I agree with this editorial kudos to the writer.

I don't care if you're a lefty or a righty. This is a level of government surveillance unseen in the history of the world. A vast majority of Americans are having their cell phone use monitored. A vast majority of the the world's internet users are being monitored.
Americans should be in the streets. And every globally concerned citizenGÇöregardless of nationalityGÇöshould be contacting their representatives to complain to their representatives about this highly unethical and secretive global surveillance.
I believe this behavior should be considered a crime against humanity. It is a violation of basic human decency, and is obscene. Heads should roll.
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