It should be clear to even casual observers today that the “golden age of surveillance” thesis is fundamentally correct. We live in a time when far more data and surveillance opportunities are available to law enforcement and intelligence agencies than ever before. Even the National Security Agency has conceded the point. Read more » about The FBI’s Problem Isn’t “Going Dark.” Its Problem is Going Slowly
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