Former KGB Agent Warns America of the 'Watchful Eyes of Drones' (VIDEO)

In this animated opinion piece from the New York Times, former KGB agent Drew Chistie ironically warns the Untied States of the watchful eyes of the government/drones.

We is set in a futuristic city that is constructed almost entirely out of glass. This total surveillance state is reminiscent of Jeremy Bentham’s Panopticon, a prison designed so that inmates could be watched at all times — without their being able to tell whether they were, at any moment, actually being watched. I suspect domestic drone use will eventually have a similar effect: allowing the state to dominate the public through pervasive eyes in the sky.

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