Moore’s Law, Cheap Electronics and Homeland Security Money Combine to Create Big Brother
by George Washington
We extensively documented last week that Americans are the most spied upon people in world history.
Yesterday, the Wall Street Journal gave a glimpse of a small part of the pervasive spying:
Top U.S. intelligence officials gathered in the White House Situation Room in March to debate a controversial proposal. Counterterrorism officials wanted to create a government dragnet, sweeping up millions of records about U.S. citizens—even people suspected of no crime.
Why is this happening?
Technology … and money.