Moving forward with the Society of Control

Beatrice Edwards, as executive director of the Government Accountability Project (GAP), represents Edward Snowden and four other NSA whistleblowers.

Her new book, The American Corporate Security State, offers six reasons that people in the United States should fear the growing alliance between government and corporations to create a surveillance state. Truthout recently interviewed Edwards regarding her concerns about the growing collaborative encroachment upon privacy and – through the surveillance empowerment of the private sector – democracy itself.

via Six Reasons to Be Afraid of the Private Sector/Government Security State.

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