Challenging the Surveillance State

A good take on the ‘surveillance state’ that seems to be the U.S.A. at times. I like what he says regarding the fact that when we are monitored it affects our thinking and our creativity. Being surveilled by the government, or anyone, can have a negative affect on us and invades our privacy. Under the 4th Amendment of the United States Constitution it is our right to be free of undue searches. Let’s respect our freedoms.