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So-called “First World” leads in development of electronic police state

13 May 2009 by Mike Gogulski
Posted in police, surveillance | 4 Comments »

Oh, yeah, along with such fun places as China, Belarus and North Korea.

Stay safe, pplz…

From Cryptohippie, where a PDF report with rankings is available:

How's that security blanket working out for ya?

How's that security blanket working out for ya?

  1. 4 Responses to “So-called “First World” leads in development of electronic police state”

  2. By Darian on 13 May 2009

    Woooo! We’re number one! Oh wait…

  3. By Aaron Kinney on 13 May 2009

    Hey Mike!

    I added you to my blogroll. I can’t believe I didn’t already have your blog listed there – I visit your site every day! I think the state had something to do with this oversight. Those bastards!!!!!! ;)

  4. By Mike Gogulski on 14 May 2009

    @Darian: Y00-ESS-AY! Y00-ESS-AY! Y00-ESS-AY!

    @Aaron: Cool! And yes, I blame the state also! :)

  5. By Temujin (aka T) on 14 May 2009

    Ah rats, I thought Canada would rank a little higher. There’s always next year!


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