Chronicling the Surveillance Control Grid
November 21, 2008
The American surveillance society is one of the worst in the world. According to Privacy International and the Electronic Privacy Information Center, we are among the nine most “endemic” surveillance societies. The U.S. is supposed to be the beacon of liberty, the example to all the world of what a society of liberty under law ought to look like. But we have become an embarrassment.
Several facets of the surveillance society exist: the police state at the air port, massive biometrics databases of innocents, implantable microchips, secret spy forces, and much more. This report covers just one piece of our massive surveillance society: airports.
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