Tap It: NSA Slow Jam

June 14, 2013 -

Libertarian publication Reason has a new song from resident parody prodigy Remy about the NSA's mobile phone surveillance program called "Tap It: The NSA Slow Jam." The song makes fun of the NSA's PRISM program and its practice of collecting Americans' mobile phone meta-data that was leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.

The best line in the song, in my opinion:

"Text yourself about it, let us know how you feel."

You can find the lyrics here.


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Re: Tap It: NSA Slow Jam

Go Remy is one of my favorite You Tube Artists. Reason is one of my favorite political news sites. The fact that work together to produce videos of this caliber just makes me so freaking happy.

 
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