Loss of Privacy

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Jesselyn Radack, Government Accountability Project, joins Thom Hartmann. Edward’s Snowden’s revelations about the NSA’s spying program have quite literally changed the world. What does Snowden himself think about all this?

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I’m a little late on this since the 4th was yesterday, but the video is still work watching.

Restore the Fourth is a day of protest on July 4th calling for the protection of the US Constitution’s Fourth Amendment. Visit Restore the Fourth’s website to locate a protest near you. The movement started on Reddit and spread via 4Chan and Mozilla. Restore the Fourth will show that Americans won’t tolerate unaccountable government agencies violating their privacy.

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This Fourth of July, EFF will be demonstrating our commitment to your Constitutional right of privacy from government surveillance by displaying the text of the Fourth Amendment on our website. This demonstration is a visual symbol of our opposition to the illegal and unconstitutional surveillance by the National Security Agency, which the government now admits has been collecting data on millions of ordinary Americans not suspected of any crime.

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