The threat of terrorism and the corresponding climate of fear encouraged by the government have together eroded our freedom to live our lives in peace and quiet away from the prying eyes of hidden cameras. The government is tightening its grip on us by watching and recording what we do. They are doing this because they know they can and because knowledge is power. But exactly who are “they” and why do they want to know so much about us? This book includes chilling, accurate, and up-to-date descriptions of the methods the government (and private company proxies) use to watch us.
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About the Author
John Gibb is an author and journalist who has specialized in covering crime, military defense, and vice. He has previously written books on Police corruption and race fixing.
A columnist, critic, recording artist, teacher of a science fiction and horror course at UCLA, author of a number of non-fiction works on popular culture, including popular works on Elvis Presley, the CIA and various conspiracies, Mack lives and works in LA, writing for publications such as Citybeat.