Watching Big Brother 

There are no simple answers on security and freedom.

Years ago, the government snooped on my phone calls. It happened in Soviet Russia, where, at 16, I already knew it was dangerous to have politically risky conversations on the telephone. Shortly after my parents sought permission to emigrate in 1979, we…

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