"Where I see it going is toward a totalitarian state. You've got the NSA doing all this collecting of material on all of its citizens—that's what the S.S., the Gestapo, the Stasi, the KGB, and the MVD did," says William Binney referencing the National Security Agency's (NSA) collection of personal data on American citizens.
Binney, a former intelligence official, left the NSA in 2001 after more than 30 years with the agency. Since resigning, he has gone before Congress and the Department of Defense in an effort to bring accountability to the NSA.
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