Kirjoittaja Aihe: BUSH ERA RAMPANT SURVEILLANCE.  (Luettu 493 kertaa)

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« : Helmikuu 02, 2016, 10:04:18 ip »
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  • The Ethics of Exposure: Whistleblower Thomas Tamm, the DOJ and Bush Era Rampant Surveillance.

    The role of the whistleblower tends to be that of scapegoat and sacrificial lamb.  Someone has to take the fall for calling out the rotten state of affairs.  The formula is repeated time and time again: rather than tossing out the rotten apples, the good ones are to be pulped, leaving the mouldering to continue.

    Under the Bush administration, warrantless surveillance ballooned, inflated by the notion that the prospects of terrorism were not merely external matters but internal ones.  It was a pre-Snowden world, and it laid the foundations for the future surveillance state.



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