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"Are you concerned about the government monitoring your phone and online accounts?"

Compiled by Vincent Christie at Tassilli’s Raw Reality in Atlanta’s West End | 6/21/2013, 8:34 a.m.
“As far as the surveillance, it’s just part of the times of the day."
Major Miller, Austell: “As far as the surveillance, it’s just part of the times of the day. I don’t really feel any way about it. I am going to make the most of it on my behalf… as far as the businesses I am building and growing, it is an asset.” Photo by Vincent Christie.

Major Miller, Austell

“As far as the surveillance, it’s just part of the times of the day. I don’t really feel any way about it. I am going to make the most of it on my behalf… as far as the businesses I am building and growing, it is an asset.”

Shanti Moore, Austell

“Privacy is a thing of the past. We don’t live in a private society anymore and everything is more transparent. But I think it’s actually something that works to our benefit as well.”

Rashawn Brooks, Atlanta

“I don’t think the government should do that because it’s infringing on peoples’ privacy.”

Vanessa Edgeston, Atlanta

“The citizens shouldn’t have to be worried about their privacy being invaded. They should have a certain level of privacy. I believe that they are entitled to that.”