Tag Archives: terrorism

They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety

Question authority

Cory Doctorow has an excellent piece in the Guardian about how important it is that citizens question security measures, and not be punished for something like┬átaking photographs simply because it might breach security (hey, if my photo-taking breaches security, maybe you ought to consider that your security licks ass). From the article: We can’t rely […]

Security Theatre

Ars Technica has a great piece on the new TSA blog. Author Jon Stokes asks a very salient question, one I’ve often considered myself: My experience in airport security line conversations over the years is that everyone who takes a moment to turn three or four neurons’ worth of attention to the much-hated liquids policy […]