Time for a Digital Bill of Rights to Protect Writers, Reporters, and the American Peoples
Are web sites like VT and the writers who challenge and critic government policy on some sort of special NSA surveillance list?
Well, the short answer is absolutely yes! And please don’t tell me you’re surprised!
However, the good news, if we can call it good, is that VT is NOT the only site and VT writers are NOT the only ones under the microscope by the lovely NSA. The NSA spreads its love over a wide area. They love everyone equally.
At this point, we have many many questions and maybe its time to either dismantle the NSA or, at the very least, create a cyber bill of rights for all us that gives us legit protections that can insure that critic of government policy remains a cornerstone of freedom and liberty in a future USA that can be proud of its ideals indeed.
- What do all the NSA leaks tell us about the state of national security in the US?
- What is the real mission of the NSA and other intelligence agencies?
- And, is the national security state keeping us safe?
- Should we create a digital bill of rights for all of us to protect us from the NSA?
Well, check out what Cross Talk says about it. Here, join the debate with Suzanne Nossel and Eugene Puryear. Then, post your comments below. But before you do, remember, they are watching, recording, and getting off like Joe McCarthy at a thug convention! Wink Wink!
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