Start by voting out every incumbent, then, for the next 10 to 15 election cycles continue to vote out every incumbent.
The corporations and other criminal organizations won't be able to afford to "purchase" that many new office-holders without destroying their profits.
Why, is purchasing new ones more expensive than continuing to purchase the ones already in office? It's not as though they can make one campaign contribution and then count on that person's support forever.
Also worth noting is the highly dubious use of the future tense when referring to the surveillance of targets via their Smart Things.
There might not be enough of these products installed to make it worth attacking them in more than an experimental way yet. And the NSA is more about collecting all the information from everywhere and sorting through it later, rather than finding a dangerous person and surveilling the crap out of them. The CIA and FBI might be more interested in using these attack vectors now, since they seem more likely to target a specific person for surveillance.
I think it could be as simple as they just plain screwed it up. But they are willing to keep trying as many times as it takes to get these pro-corporate agreements passed. They will never get tired of the fight because they have billions of dollars at stake. The question is, will the public get tired of it?
When we can break past that barrier then there is a chance of the presumption being innocent until proven guilty, but when they scale is unfairly weighted to one side often to bring the balance back you have to make changes.
Certainly. I just don't think one of those changes should be instituting a presumption of guilt.