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Safety or Statism: The Goal of the Surveillance State

by Joe Wolverton, II,

If you have nothing to hide, why should you worry about the government’s goal of “collecting it all?”

Although nearly every law, regulation, or order issued by the federal government is almost indecipherable because of the amount of vague language, when it says it is collecting all information, it really means all information.

That three-word incriminating phrase first appeared in aWashington Post op-ed featured in a story published earlier this week by The New American. On July 16,Thomas R. Eddlem wrote:

The Washington Post ran a lengthy profile of NSA Director Keith B. Alexander on July 14, summarizing Alexander’s philosophy with the phrase, “Collect it all.” A July 15 op-ed by Washington Post editorial writer Charles Lane suggested that “the United States needs to engage in data collection on a wide scale, both at home and abroad.”

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