Home Invasion 

"Imagine the police searching and cataloging the contents of every home on the planet pre-emptively, claiming they’ll never use that evidence unless you’re accused of a crime."

The controversy surrounding the National Security Agency's mass surveillance program feels like the well-worn plot of a classic movie. Remember the government's admission a few years back that Iraq did not, after all, have weapons of mass destruction? By the time…

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