hellais/ooni-probe The magic button — Make Everything OK The Future of Surveillance in a Post-Snowden World | Michael V. Hayden Michael V. Hayden, former director of the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency. The following comments are adapted from his talk at the George Mason University's School of Public Policy on Feb. 28 for the National Security and Foreign Policy Lecture Series. A retired U.S. Air Force four-star general, Hayden is also a distinguished visiting professor at George Mason. This article is prepared by General Hayden in consultation with Patrick Mendis and Joey Wang. THE SNOWDEN EFFECT: Edward Snowden has accelerated a necessary and inevitable debate in American society regarding surveillance. If the information compromised by former CIA officer Aldrich Ames and that of the former FBI agent Robert Hanssen can be compared to pails and possibly barrels, Snowden has ripped out the entire plumbing because in the course of conducting his espionage, Snowden has revealed far more than sensitive intelligence. Snowden has added a significant amount of drama to the debate.
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Graines de Changement wearcam.org/sousveillance.htm Steve Mann, 2002 Secrecy, not privacy, may be the true cause of terrorism Gary Morton once said that ``many people feel that the security of Big Brother is another form of terror.'' -- Gary Morton, Dec 08, 01 09:56:40 PM -0500, posted to CitizensontheWeb.com. It has often been said that the true causes of terrorism are oppression, bad foreign policy, and secrecy, rather than privacy. Secret organizations often run open-loop, without the normal feedback mechanisms that provide important checks and balances. It is not privacy that is the cause of the problem. Blaming terrorism on individual citizens is like blaming the blown up boiler on the first few molecules of steam that escape through the first rupture in the pressure cooker. Instead of putting each molecule under surveillance to see which are the first to ``step out of line'', we should really be looking at the secret stove that operates witout scrutiny. The surveillance society Sousveillance as an alternative balance Further readings
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