Tenther Tuesday Episode 43: Stalker State

Today is the 642nd day that the GOP has failed to repeal Obamacare, or gun control, or end mass, warrantless surveillance…

But the feds haven’t failed to stop spying on you. It’s not just the NSA. From stingrays/cell site simulators, to license plate readers, drones and facial recognition, governments at every level are ramping up their surveillance – of everyone. On this episode of Tenther Tuesday, Michael Boldin and Mike Maharrey discuss some of the many – many – ways that government tracks and stalks you.

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Butchering the Fourth Amendment

Mass Surveillance Technologies

Street Level Surveillance: A Guide to Law Enforcement Spying Technologies

Local, State and Federal Law Enforcement Partnering to Create Massive Facial Recognition System

How Federal Surveillance and “Parallel Construction” Undermine the Rule of Law

Massachusetts State Police Tweet Inadvertently Reveals Surveillance

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