Edward Snowden predicted an even bolder surveillance state under new leader

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President-elect Donald Trump is only months away from wielding the power of American intelligence agencies, including the NSA’s mass surveillance operation. 

Many people on Twitter have already begun to voice their concern.

This, they’ve said, is what happens when a complacent nation allows the construction of a legally dubious mass surveillance system under a president not generally viewed as irresponsible. Then, when the reigns of the country are handed to a man whose campaign staffers wouldn’t even allow him the use of his own Twitter account in the lead-up to the election, it’s too late to do much. Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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