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January 14, 2014

To some, the National Security Agency revelations of 2013 came as little surprise. With a gargantuan budget and the PATRIOT Act’s relaxed civil liberties protections, perhaps it was inevitable that the NSA would go above and beyond. But the news also struck an invisible chord. Many experienced a new feeling, a queasy sensation that being watched was inescapable.

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