When the newspaper that first broke the NSA stories, the Guardian, has Rand Paul write a comment piece in the Guardian attacking President Obama for abandoning the civil libertarian faith he once had as a Senator, that is cruel but maybe fair. But to read James Sensenbrenner (author of the Patriot Act) op-ed, “This abuse of the Patriot Act must end,” in same Guardian right next to Edward Snowden interview, today–is something wicked this way coming?
Expect Apple to announce tomorrow that their new line of “29th Anniversary of Our 1984 Super Bowl Ad” Macbooks will have flatter, simplified choice architecture to let you opt in or out of your Fourth Amendment rights on all platforms, including OS X LOL Cat
- Rand Paul vows supreme court challenge to NSA surveillance – live – The Guardian (guardian.co.uk)
- This abuse of the Patriot Act must end | Jim Sensenbrenner (guardian.co.uk)