Radio series examining a broad range of surveillence issues. It focusses upon how these new technologies are infringing upon the privacy of United States citizens.|ELECTRONIC EYES: SURVEILLANCE AND PRIVACY IN AMERICA A radio series examining a borad range of surveillance issues| focusing on how these new technologies are infringing upon the privacy of United States citizens. Produced by Sandy Tolan and James Ridgeway. Production assistance from Jay Allison and Christina Egloff. The programs made possible in part with funding from the National Public Radio's Satellite Program Development Fund and from the Deer Creek Foundation. REEL 1 > PART 1 - A Culture of Surveillance (12 min.), PART 2 - A Giant Governement Dossier (12 min.), PART 3 - Electronic Trails (12 min.), PART 4 - Technology of the Future (12 min.), PART 5 - Government Spying on U.S. Citizens (12 min.)
pt.1. Culture of surveillance (12 min) -- pt.2. A Giant government dossier (12 min) -- pt.3. Electronic trials (12 min) -- pt.4. Technology of the future (12 min.) -- pt.5. Government spying on U.S. citizens (12 min.).