In this episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I share a personal story that demonstrates the very real impact of the surveillance state on everyday behavior.
Since the Edward Snowden revelations, Americans have become much more aware of the ever-growing surveillance state. But they don’t really seem to care. Many believe they have nothing to hide, so it doesn’t really matter. Others don’t like it, but they simply don’t see any real impact of pervasive government spying on their everyday lives.
In this week’s episode of Thoughts from Maharrey Head, I share a personal story that illustrates the very real impact of ubiquitous surveillance on American society, and present some studies that back up my antidote.
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