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Warning More Surveillance Would Violate Civil Liberties at Border and Beyond, Rights Groups Say So-Called "Smart Wall" Is Dumb

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Warning More Surveillance Would Violate Civil Liberties at Border and Beyond, Rights Groups Say So-Called "Smart Wall" Is Dumb

Julia Conley, staff writer

Warning of serious rights violations at the southern U.S. border that could make way for similar infringements all over the country, more than two dozen civil liberties and immigrant rights advocates on Tuesday urged members of Congress to withhold all additional funding for expanded technological surveillance at the Mexico border.

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The first step should be getting our troops back home. After we have made so many enemies over the last two decades it would be a good idea to secure our borders. It’s not the favored way to be, but it might be a necessary way.

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Troops home, then contractors uncontracted, drones redeployed for restaurant delivery, then bases closed, then…

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Rights violations resulting from surveillance? Since when has the US considered freedom from surveillance a civil right? Whoa!

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Sounds good so far as you have it laid out.

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