Why Mass Surveillance Is Worse for Poor People

In The News Piece in Vice Magazine
Feb. 24, 2015

"It's not just AT&T," Daniel Kahn Gillmor of the American Civil Liberties Union said Monday at the ​New America Foundation's cybersecurity event in Washington, DC. "If the only party you're talking to is Facebook, ​then it becomes a central point for data collection and surveillance. For communities without phones, that's the only way they're going to get access. Access to the whole, worldwide internet could become the domain of people who have the ability to pay for it."