NYPD is spying on everyone, everywhere, all the time

The NSA is getting most of the flack for domestic spying to the point that they’re accused of getting info from your gaming system, but if you were to look at it from a per capita basis, the NYPD might just blow the NSA away.

It may not have occurred to people that New York City needed to deploy an undercover detective to spy on Occupy Sandy, a relief operation run by activists that delivered food and supplies to parts of the city ruined by the hurricane. But Detective Wojciech Braszczok, who embedded with the Occupy Wall Street forces under the nom de activist Albert, was putting posts on Twitter last November about the Sandy operation, which, by the way, received consistently high grades from people for its nimble, effective work.

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