The New York Times can write a good editorial warning us of some of the dangers of warrant less surveillance favored by the Bush Administration (actually the U.S. government as written and run via Jesuit Georgetown University).
But that newspaper is awfully found of editorializing in favor of "congestion" pricing -- a scheme to charge people to drive on existing roads -- complete with license plate reader cameras.
Senator Calls on Courts to Increase Transparency of Surveillance Orders - Federal courts must end the excessive secrecy surrounding law enforcement surveillance orders, a U.S. Senator urged in a letter on Friday. This secrecy b...
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