How the Patriot Act affects my small business and makes me racistby Andrew Wicklander
Jun. 01, 2011
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For almost the past five years, I've been running my little software company. Sometimes employing people, sometimes sending along work to independent contractors, working to build wealth with software, and feeding my kids and paying my mortgage with the skills that I've acquired.
In short, I'm a small business, and a productive member of the economy of the United States.
I've realized though that there's something terribly wrong.
I'm worried that the government is listening in on my phone calls, reading my emails, and looking into my bank accounts.