The Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986 has created a culture of complete secrecy. According to a recent study, it was revealed that a federal docket which handles thousands of secret cases has allowed mass electronic surveillance. The online activity, cell phone records and information stored on a person's computer is all fair game and now privacy groups are pushing for this law to be updated. Kade Crockford, privacy rights coordinator for ACLU, joins us with more.
|Comment: I've added the label paranoia as this seems associated with in the incessant creation of ways to protect ourselves from the illusion of fear which is the silly propagation currently streaming.
The Paranoid Style of American Governance