After being detained at an airport as a terrorist suspect, a Bangladeshi-born American decided to put his whole life online for the US government to watch. Read the Wired story of how Hasan Elahi is beating the government at its own game. Elahi, an artist and Rutgers professor, documents his activities, meals and travel at his website TrackingTransience.net.
Whistleblower talks about AT&T's spying
I've written several pieces previously about the Electronic Frontier Foundation's ongoing class action lawsuit against AT&T for spying on Americans' phone calls and emails. In this eye-opening report, Wired talks to AT&T whistleblower Mark Klein. The relevations about the telecommunications giant's complicity with the National Security Agency are shocking, but sadly, no longer surprising.
Poster from Micah Wright's Propaganda Remix Project.