“In Iraq and Afghanistan, all detainees and prisoners must submit to such scrutiny. But so do local residents who apply for a government job, in particular those with the security forces and the police and at American installations. A citizen in Afghanistan or Iraq would almost have to spend every minute in a home village and never seek government services to avoid ever crossing paths with a biometric system.” New York Times
Welcome to American-style liberty, guys. You’re welcome.
FEE Timely Classic
“The Pentagon Ramps Up the War on Privacy” by David M. Brown.