Posts tagged ‘internet’

30 May, 2013

NSA: Domestic Surveillance?

The NSA (National Security Agency) is holding a a ribbon cutting ceremony in the Utah desert today to celebrate, what could be, the government’s largest invasion of our privacy rights.

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22 March, 2013

Privacy in your emails?

When does this affect every citizen and resident, legal or otherwise, in the US?

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17 July, 2012

Another government agency breaking laws? Say it ain’t so!

Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, claimed in a letter to the FDA commissioner this week that, despite the agency’s refusal to say who authorized the spying against agency doctors who had complained about medical device safety, the senator’s office can confirm it was “explicitly authorized” by the General Counsel’s Office. 

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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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24 May, 2012

ACLU: What Your Cell Phone Company Is Telling the Government About You

Now, most of you know that I generally do not trust the ACLU.  However, I noticed a few of their stories today that caught my attention.  Here’s one that pertains, again, to the 4th Amendment.  I think it’s important to see what the government does and how many major companies are in colusion with the government in how it finds ways to violate our rights; regardless of the source’s political leaning or yours, we all have rights that need to be preserved.

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