The Electronic Concentration Camp

The electronic concentration camp—as John W. Whitehead has dubbed the American surveillance state—is perhaps the most insidious of the emerging police state's many tentacles, impacting almost every aspect of our lives and making it that much easier for the government to encroach on our most vital freedoms, ranging from free speech, assembly and the press to due process, privacy, and property, by eavesdropping on our communications, tracking our movements and spying on our activities.

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