Kim Dotcom: Prism concerns over government tyranny are legitimateThe post 9/11 security narrative has eroded our privacy rights in favour of government control. Prism should be discontinued immediately
Jun. 13, 2013
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Nobody would be shocked to hear me admit that I have a problem with authority. During most of my adult life, I have resisted the notion that the government always acts in the best interests of its citizens. Edward Snowden’s recent interview with the Guardian underscores the possibility that those like me – who see the state as a potential threat to basic civil rights and liberties – may have been right all along.