How the growth of paranoia affects us all

The Future of Foreign Intelligence Privacy and Surveillance in A Digital Age, By Laura Donohue

7th August, 2016
George W Bush, then US president, with CIA director Porter Goss at the organisations headquarters in Langley, Virginia, in March 2005 Pic: Getty

NON-FICTION; The Future of Foreign Intelligence Privacy and Surveillance in A Digital Age, By Laura Donohue, Oxford, €22.60

Big Brother is most definitely watching you – and he can do it at his discretion, without regard to legal or constitutional boundaries, and without being constrained by cost or physical distance. Even with modest digital breadcrumbs available to him, he can arrange an intimate profile of you, including such elements as where you spend...

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