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Surveillance Isn't Colorblind

During the 1960s, the FBI and NSA followed, wiretapped, and bugged Martin Luther King Jr. -- all under the veil of proper legal process. Today, the FBI and Department of Homeland Security spy on Black Lives Matter activists under the guise of "counterterrorism" and "situational awareness."

"Everyone is being watched, but not equally," Georgetown Law's Alvaro Bedoya noted in a recent panel discussion in Washington, DC.  Read more.

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