We'll All Be Under Surveillance

Computers Will Say What We Are

And in an editorial, The Washington Post added, "If computers can learn to identify a person through a video camera, then constant surveillance of society becomes possible too."

Democrat Russell Feingold of Wisconsin—the only member of the Senate to vote against the USA Patriot Act—urges that the administration "immediately suspend the Total Information Awareness program . . . until Congress has conducted a thorough review," and cut off the funding until then. But why even consider continuing the funding at any point?

Tell your representatives in Washington what you think.

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