‘See Something, Say Something’ Campaign Creates Massive Database Of Useless Info From Citizens Spying On Each Other

‘See Something, Say Something’ Campaign Creates Massive Database Of Useless Info From Citizens Spying On Each Other (via Techdirt)

The ACLU’s recent release of “Suspicious Activity Reports” from various California law enforcement agencies (working with DHS Fusion Centers) shows that the government has developed a strong culture of paranoia through its increasingly-broad anti-terrorism…

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1 comment for “‘See Something, Say Something’ Campaign Creates Massive Database Of Useless Info From Citizens Spying On Each Other

  1. Joe
    October 28, 2013 at 5:18 pm

    Collecting useless public noise while drone strikes create credible, enraged patsies, and intelligence people plan the nature of the next false-flag to be exploded somewhere is business as usual in the new USA.

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