I recently appeared on the Scott Horton show to talk about the lawsuit the city of Lexington, Kentucky, filed against me over an open records request, and how local efforts can put a dent in the ever-expanding federal surveillance state.
During the interview, Scott and I talked about the city’s lawsuit against me in an effort to keep “mobile surveillance cameras” secret and my recent second-round victory in court. From there, we discuss how the federal government uses local law enforcement agencies to implement and expand its ever more intrusive surveillance state. We also talk about how state and local activism can put a dent in the feds’ effort to spy on everybody in America.
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