From the December 16 issue of The New Yorker. “It is evident from the Snowden leaks that Obama inherited a regime of dragnet surveillance that often operated outside the law and raised serious constitutional questions. Instead of shutting down or scaling back the programs, Obama has worked to bring them into narrow compliance with rules—set forth by a court that operates in secret—that often contradict the views on surveillance that he strongly expressed when he was a senator and a Presidential candidate.”
Read this and then come to the CivicLab to join in with the volunteers from the Chicago chapter of Restore The Fourth. Big Brother IS watching. E-Mail: [email protected], 773-417-9943. https://www.facebook.com/RTFChicago.