The War on Privacy

Rumsfeld warns that the enemy can succeed in changing our way of life. It already has.

Harvard Law School professor Laurence Tribe, in an interview with the New York Times' Bob Herbert, tells how Orwell is indeed speaking to us: "The more people grow accustomed to a listening environment in which Big Brother is assumed to be behind every wall, behind every e-mail, and invisibly present in every electronic communication, telephonic or otherwise—that is the kind of society, as people grow accustomed to it, in which you can end up being boiled to death without ever noticing that the water is getting hotter, degree by degree." (Emphasis added.)

"The enemy may succeed in changing our way of life."
photo: Tech. Sgt. Andy Dunaway, U.S. Air Force/
"The enemy may succeed in changing our way of life."


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