Jan 08 2014
With the NSA tracking our every phone call, text and email message, ordinary people are struggling to find ways to fight back. A group called the Tenth Amendment Center may have found the NSA’s achilles heel. Realizing that the security agency must rely on State municipal services like water and electricity to carry out their surveillance work, the group hopes to dismantle the spy agency by helping individual states pass laws that restrict NSA data centers’ access to these services.
Uprising host Sonali Kolhatkar recently spoke with Michael Boldin, Executive Director of the Tenth Amendment Center about this new effort.
Watch a video of the interview here:
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