Posts tagged ‘Google’

4 June, 2013

More pilfering by the feds?

The other day, I wrote about the NSA’s new toy, the Utah Data Center and the threat it poses to our privacy as American citizens.  I don’t know if you remember, but Google had a problem with the FBI asking them for consumers’ private information, as well.  Google took the government to court over the issue citing that these were warrantless searches and, therefore, unconstitutional and won. Well, a U.S. judge has ordered Google to comply with FBI secret demands for customer data, despite earlier ruling the warrantless orders unconstitutional.

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5 July, 2012

No more Internet? Check this out, folks.

WASHINGTON (The Blaze/AP) — For months now, the FBI has been warning people that a blackout of their access to the Internet could be coming.  The warnings about the Internet problem have been splashed across Facebook and Google, and Internet service providers have sent notices as well.

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20 June, 2012

Politics as usual in DC? What’s the Administration hiding?

Politics as usual in DC seems to have reared its ugly head again.  You saw my post about the NSA claiming they spy on Americans, but won’t say how many Americans they’ve spied on.  Well, there’s more… a lot more.
 
As political dissension reaches new highs in, what seems to be, almost weekly a basis, the government seems to working to quell some of the facts getting out to the public.  The current adminitration is also, it seems to me, working to cover up more than previous administrations. 

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