Digital dragnets like Stellar Wind, PRISM and other psy-fi boondoggles have evidently not been surveilling enough of neither Us nor Them to predict or prevent terrorist attacks.
“I’m remote from most technology to the point that I’m kind of Amish,” admits the legendarily bearded author without an Internet connection.
I got a chatter request from HuffPost Live about the surveillance state — and how none of it so far works or is worth the money.
With profit as the red-light camera’s primary motive, it’s hard for an already disenfranchised citizenry to find friends in those money-hungry local governments.
I am hiding from the world, using Patrick McGoohan as a human shield.