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Anyone surprised to know the FEDS are tracking your every move online and phone call you make?


Do you care that it violates your privacy or is it a fair trade off for national security?

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dashingscorpio says

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IslandBites says

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    ptosis 3 years ago

    old but still wrong, eh?


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Rob Hampton (robhampton) says

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Mr. Happy says

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Faythe F. (faythef) says

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    H C Palting (Express10) 3 years ago

    That's all we can do, wonder because it's not likely we'd ever be told the good, bad, and ugly from a trustworthy independent source.

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    David Hunt (UnnamedHarald) 3 years ago

    The chilling things is that they DON'T need a court order to track suspects. That's the whole problem-- the secret court has authorized the mass gathering of phone records regardless of who they are "for future pattern detection". Been going on 7 yrs


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Jayme Kinsey (Sharkye11) says

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    ptosis 3 years ago

    massive data collection is like predicting weather patterns from chaos, the whole point is that they are not looking for individuals. The premise is looking for political movements. Google BlueCRUSH

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David Livermore (davidlivermore) says

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    Jayme Kinsey (Sharkye11) 3 years ago

    Haha! I didn't think about the increase in traffic. Maybe they will check out our blogs too!


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Michael Valencia (SoundNFury) says

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    H C Palting (Express10) 3 years ago

    I agree. I was raised to not snoop on others but that's just me. If there is real cause to snoop on a suspect, only they should be snooped on within the means of the law. It's the wide net being cast that I don't like, not new but I don't like it.

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Cole Ikerd (coleikerd) says

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    Cole Ikerd (coleikerd) 3 years ago

    Holy cow. That statement made by the FBI agent on CNN that they can "go back and look at digital communications in the past"... Can't get much clearer than that. Thanks for the source.


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Michele Travis says

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Larry Wall says

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    ptosis 3 years ago

    the whole point of data exhaust collection is to see patterns that can not be measured with spot checks. SO that mean everyone, everywhere, all the time.


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H C Palting (Express10) says

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    ptosis 3 years ago

    True. Right now it is massive data collection, sort of like the census before the Japanese Internment....

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  • Larry Wall 3 years ago

    I never watch MSNBC or Fox--if you watch both, you will go crazy. We have always been watched. It is just more efficient now. I am sure it would be easy to trace the phone no. for the house I lived in 55 years ago--what would it prove and who cares.

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