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Invasion of Privacy Is Violence.

From Passive Surveillance to Active Disruption, The Growing Reach of the Betrayal of our Privacy Sinks In.  It has taken me since June of 2013 and Edward Snowden’s NSA spying revelations to arrive at the theory that Invasion of Privacy … Continue reading

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To Force Illegal Mass Surveillance, Those In Power Committed To A Strategy of Denial.

Abstract: Until “denial” is ended, apologies and reforms are not possible. Those in power have decided to defend the NSA spy programs. Forms of denial applied included justification, partial-admission-partial denial, blanket denial, killing the messenger, normalizing, victimhood of the aggressors, … Continue reading

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Mike Rogers of Michigan on Reporters Who Wrote about Leaked NSA Documents.

From the New York Times, 2.5.14. P. A13. “Republicans Spar On Leaks and Surveillance, Underscoring Partisan Shake-Up”.   According to Representative Rogers, the Press should not be allowed to hold the government accountable for secret mass surveillance. Rogers invoked a … Continue reading

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Cartoon response to Obama’s Speech about reforming the NSA mass surveillance programs.

  We are like unwilling rats in a mass surveillance psychological experiment. How will we respond to continuous violations of our right to privacy, to be left alone, to create in solitude, free from the scrutiny and opinions of others? … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Watch.

  While the NSA focus has been on national security threats (ostensibly on fighting terrorism) and spying on world leaders and world citizens, tsk tsk; our real enemy is global warming. World leaders have not yet rallied to halt the … Continue reading

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The Mask

  The Mask, yellow and white chalk on cardboard. In light of the NSA total surveillance of the internet and of the digitized world, the Mask represents the response to constant monitoring. The pretended conformity of a happy face is … Continue reading

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Le Presento a Mi Familia.

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