Jason Ogaard: Surveillance vs. civil liberties comes in the techno-age
In the past 20 years or so that I've been paying attention to technology, the things we can do have grown by leaps and bounds.
The computer I used at home through middle school didn't have a hard drive, we booted the computer via a floppy disk (that was actually floppy) and ran programs via a second disk. Today, my watch has hundreds of times the computer power of that computer.
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