Government Surveillance in Early American History

Friday September 2 2016. 10:00am

Description

Some say the Founding Fathers are rolling in their graves over surveillance programs revealed by Edward Snowden, but others say that if George Washington were alive he would be reading our emails. We’ll travel through time to the colonial post and Victorian New York City in search of the truth.

Panelists

  • Tom Cross

Place

Hilton room 208-209
Attendance – 129

Audio

Audio files: GovtSurveillanceEarlyAmerHistory.mp3 [MP3 Audio – 139.3 MB] | GovtSurveillanceEarlyAmerHistory.ogg [OGG – 43.21 MB]

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Video

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