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NSA Doesn’t Think Parody Shirt is Funny; Wants Sales of it Banned

NSA Doesn’t Think Parody Shirt is Funny; Wants Sales of it Banned 1

“It’s not funny, you guys!”, the NSA shrieks while wiping its tear and snot streaked face into the American flag…

Via Salon:

Two days after the world learned the National Security Agency logs practically every American phone call, the agency had started cracking down on entrepreneurs who made fun of it.

That’s according to Dan McCall, founder of politically themed T-shirt company Liberty Maniacs.

On June 5, the Guardian posted the first of many documents, leaked by former contractor Edward Snowden, that detail NSA‘s spy practices. Two days later, McCall put up a handful of T-shirts and bumper stickers for sale on the custom goods marketplace Zazzle, which distributes most of Liberty Maniacs’ goods. Each of those items had the NSA logo, plus a common joke as a slogan: “The only part of the government that actually listens.”

“Within an hour or two,” as McCall told the Daily Dot, Zazzle emailed him to say the shirt had been removed from the Zazzle site.


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