A North Carolina State professor said that the university’s recently announced deal with the National Security Agency “helps to normalize the behavior of the surveillance state” and contradicts the school’s values.
Writing in the News & Observer, Prof. Michael Schwalbe said, “By aiding an agency whose contempt for civil liberties is a matter of public record, N.C. State says, in effect, ‘All that is no big deal. Spying on U.S. citizens is the new normal. Get used to it.’”
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