Vermont used to be a state where both the notion and the reality of privacy were true. Over the past 12 years, though, that's changed. Today, Vermonters can hardly go anywhere without creating a trail of digital information that police can use to pinpoint a person's whereabouts at nearly any time, day after day. How did this happen? Watch our video -- either in the screen at the left or by linking to our channel on YouTube.

Listen up tomorrow on Constitution Day, Tuesday, Sept. 17, when we release our new report, "Surveillance On the Northern Border."