NSA Protest Group Adopts Highway Adjacent to Agency’s ‘Secret’ Data Collection Center

hwy4-300x258Epic troll is epic.

Via Slate:

According to the Salt Lake Tribunean anti-NSA group has “adopted” the two-mile section of highway that runs past the “secret” facility. And don’t think they did it just because they want to keep the road litter-free. The group, called Restore the Fourth-Utah—as in, restore the Fourth Amendment, the one that protects citizens against unreasonable search and seizure—told the Tribune its members plan to carry picket signs while they pick up the trash. They’ll also get an official “Adopt-a-Highway” sign bearing the group’s name along each side of the freeway.

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  • BuzzCoastin

    something to like about Utah

  • I_abide

    Does it accomplish much? No

    Are they just trying to be a dick? Yes and that’s why I now love this group.

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