N(ever) S(ay) A(nything)

On that fateful day in September 2001, the power structure and power of government forever became thwarted.

With the constant fear of acts of terrorism, the United States has became inundated with the notion that spying is alright because “it’s for the good of the people.” Where as, in reality, surveillance when entrenched with the data capabilities of the 21st century is so powerful and so encompassing that there is almost no way to avoid it. Whether you play a video game in your living room, or use a GPS location app to check in to a sushi bar, there is nowhere to hide.

There will never be anywhere to hide, unless we can spy on them in return.

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