Democracies Have Developed Into Surveillance States - Now This Power Could Fall Into the Hands of Extremists
Democracies have created powerful surveillance structures, similar to the ones already being used by current
despots. Out of fear from terrorists democratically elected governments around the world have limited everybody's
basic rights as citizens. Future authoritarian politicians will use this power against their own enemies: journalists, the opposition,
human rights activists, and many, many more.