Interview: Defying the Surveillance State, Locally

I recently appeared on the Culture of Peace podcast hosted by Luke Tatum to talk about defying the surveillance state through local action. 

During the interview, I talked about how and why I started a local organization to bring oversight and transparency to surveillance in Lexington, Kentucky. I also explained how my efforts ended up getting me sued by the city and how all of this has impacted me personally. I went on to explain how limiting surveillance at the local level also has an impact on the federal surveillance state.

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