Mini Voice Changer
- 3 ¼ inches
- Four different sound effects
- Requires 12 volt battery (included)
- Recommended for ages 5 and up
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Have some fun distorting your voice with this mini voice changer! You can disguise the way you sound in different ways using the four settings, while also amplifying your voice. Compact and easy to operate, it’s bound to provide hours of laughter and amusement!
On June 15, 1917, just after the United States entered World War I, Congress adopted the Espionage Act.
The Espionage Act gave the federal government increased leverage to prosecute what it considered unruly elements. Based on the terms dictated by Congress, anyone who interfered with or attempted to undermine the United States’ war effort could be prosecuted under the law and face a 20-year prison sentence and a $10,000 fine.
Thanks to the convenient wording of the act, those who protested against newly introduced conscription, or against the war itself, became prime subjects for prosecution.
The Espionage Act is still in effect today. Most notably, in 2013, former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden was charged with espionage after he leaked confidential information concerning U.S. Government surveillance programs.