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Submission + - The Single Best Overview of What the Surveillance State Does With Our Private Da (theatlantic.com) 1

Lasrick writes: Conor Friedersdorf at the Atlantic writes up a new report (and infographic) from NYU's Brennan Center for Justice: 'Enter a new report published by Brennan Center for Justice at New York University Law School. "What the Government Does With Americans' Data" is the best single attempt I've seen to explain all of the ways that surveillance professionals are collecting, storing, and disseminating private data on U.S. citizens. The report's text and helpful flow-chart illustrations run to roughly 50 pages. Unless you're already one of America's foremost experts on these subjects, it is virtually impossible to read this synthesis without coming away better informed..
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