poDcast 13: a week on openDemocracy

openDemocracy Opendemocracy
3 April 2007

Welcome to the openDemocracy poDcast.

This week: how sophisticated government surveillance is watching everything we do, from scuba diving to visits to the library - but failing to identify the right suspects.

Canadian human rights lawyer and activist, Maureen Webb, argues that the new global security system is threatening both American and global security, and undermining democracy worldwide. She talks with openDemocracy's editor-in-chief Isabel Hilton.

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The music you can hear in this poDcast is "Modern Jazz Samba" by Kevin Macleod (incompetech.com).

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