All you Facebook users were duped by the NSA. I’m sure I was one of those duped, too. This really makes me angry. In the “land of the free” our own government spies on us as if we are all terrorists. I can understand them tricking foreign targets that posed an actual threat, but you know as well as I do that those tools target us, as well. See the report from Digital Trends below, but first I want to send a message to the NSA: Stop messing with us.
This year, Microsoft is coming out with the Xbox One. You may or may not want to buy one, depending on your idea of privacy. You see, there are accusations of Microsoft spying on you for either commercial reasons or on behalf of Uncle Sam or for both.
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.
So you’ve heard about drones in the sky being used to spy on American farmers or how local police plan to use them to watch crowds to pick out odd behavior. I’m sure you’ve heard people talk about how our government spies on us and how they violate our rights. Generally, when you hear someone talk like this, you probably think, as I do, that this person is a nut. Well, looks like they may have been right. See the article below from Vision to America.
We’ve all seen our local police, especially in bigger cities, with armored vehicles, automatic weapons, and now drones. Now, the drones aren’t new, as you probably know. Homeland Security has MRAPs, a combat vehicle intended for use in armed conflict. Why? That’s a huge freakin’ deal!