Those who close their eyes are prey to those who don’t.

A smart phone is a tether; it can become a noose.

A reputation is fragile; it can be harmed in a flash.

To protect we surveil, yet by protection, we assail.

When a society turns on its whistle blowers, the ensuing silence is a whistle.

Surveilling is neither good nor bad but intention makes it so.

Bug a mug; spy a lie.

Too wary is scary; so is blissfully bleary.

Drones are watching from above, but they aren’t watching out of love.

Surveillance has a defect; it violates privacy to protect.

Surveillance is a mission, until it becomes voyeurism.

Our inalienable rights include life, encryption and the pursuit of privacy.

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