Monday links (5/26/14)

New released documents show the Boston Police Department's "antiterrorism" fusion center obsessively documented the legal activities of Occupy Boston activists. The town of Marshfield finally lifts its 32-year ban on arcade games.

Don't reform the surveillance state, route around it.

The government has been cracking down on undocumented workers, then using them as a source of cheap labor while they're imprisoned.

The White House accidentally revealed the name of its top CIA official in Kabul, Afghanistan in an email to 6,000 journalists, however, the name has yet to be published by any news media outlets.

Wikileaks editor Julian Assange said that the US government is recording nearly all phone call in Afghanistan in a program similar to the one targeting the Bahamas.