by Mike Masnick
Wed, Oct 16th 2013 3:32am
The folks at Fight for the Future and Demand Progress released a great five minute video about how the NSA spies on the public, narrated by actress Evangeline Lilly (the video also relies heavily on fair use to make its point). Check it out:
Last night, the video was "debuted" in New York City, as the film was broadcast on the side of a building from Washington Square Park in Manhattan. While regular readers here won't find anything too surprising or new, it's a good quick summary of what's going on, and is useful for catching people up on the situation if they haven't been following it.
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