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NSA Releases Privacy Violations!

serfserf Member Posts: 8,950 ✭✭✭✭
edited December 2014 in Politics
Yeah The ACLU had to sue the government and they redacted probably 50% of it!

Of course it just misuse of data they gathered and not unlawful for The Fed's to pry on everyone to make sure you stay in line with their perimeter of safe activities! The Nanny government at it's finest no doubt!

If we didn't go all over the world pissing off everyone with our supreme form of bribing or else war and occupation then we would not need to have to give up our privacy & liberty in order for the government to protect us from foreign terrorism!

serf

http://thehill.com/policy/technology/228107-nsa-reports-detail-privacy-violations

The National Security Agency has quietly released more than a decade of reports detailing surveillance activities that potentially violated U.S. citizens' privacy rights.

Covering NSA activities from mid-2001 to 2013, the heavily-redacted reports document possible abuses, including instances of employees emailing classified information to unauthorized recipients or issuing "overly broad or poorly constructed data queries that potentially targeted" Americans.

The report will likely heighten scrutiny on the NSA's practices following a year where lawmakers were unable to pass a bill to reform the spy agency.

In November, legislation that would have ended the NSA's phone records program failed to advance in the Senate.

Advocates for reform, including civil liberties groups and the tech industry, are vowing to press ahead in the new year.

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  • serfserf Member Posts: 8,950 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Even the treaded East German Stasi did not have the power to collect and monitor as much with the power to filter each and every strand of information if proven to be of interest.

    Don't think for a moment they will not use it if it threatens the power elites hold and sway on the sheple either!

    Your always are going to have operators go rogue with the data and the heavy hand of the authorities will come down but rest assured that they will never give up the ability to watch every citizen from cradle to grave for their own protection.

    The master sheep herders have the crook in his hand!

    serf
  • machine gun moranmachine gun moran Member Posts: 5,198
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by us55840

    I cannot fanthom the amount of information Herbert Hoover of the FBI would have had on everyone in the USA had he had the evesdropping electronic capability of today.

    [:0][}:)]


    But Hoover was astute, in that he positioned himself to trump the KGB and any others in any attempts at the blackmail of our politicians. Politicians hated Hoover, because there wasn't anything about them that Hoover didn't know. His point was, that if he knew it, then the KGB and others knew it too. And he told blackmailable politicians that if anyone approached them in an attempt to use the information to influence a vote, they could approach him, and his men would see to it that the blackmail attempt would be terminated, one way or the other. When Hoover died, however, politicians had his files siezed and destroyed. That left the country's enemies holding all of the cards, and now we can guess why a lot of Congressional votes have gone the way that they have.
  • serfserf Member Posts: 8,950 ✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    quote:Originally posted by machine gun moran
    quote:Originally posted by us55840

    I cannot fanthom the amount of information Herbert Hoover of the FBI would have had on everyone in the USA had he had the evesdropping electronic capability of today.

    [:0][}:)]


    But Hoover was astute, in that he positioned himself to trump the KGB and any others in any attempts at the blackmail of our politicians. Politicians hated Hoover, because there wasn't anything about them that Hoover didn't know. His point was, that if he knew it, then the KGB and others knew it too. And he told blackmailable politicians that if anyone approached them in an attempt to use the information to influence a vote, they could approach him, and his men would see to it that the blackmail attempt would be terminated, one way or the other. When Hoover died, however, politicians had his files siezed and destroyed. That left the country's enemies holding all of the cards, and now we can guess why a lot of Congressional votes have gone the way that they have.


    It's going to jump up a level with total awareness being put into place with The Unite Nations and Interpol!

    The so called Anglo Saxons powers that put The UN into place to begin with will be pulling the strings with the Central Bankers and The IMF,NSA,BIS,MI5,CIA, etc.... and of course the One world religion for universal Peace and security. Why are all these big government legislation acts happen on XMAS eve?

    serf

    http://www.un.org/disarmament/ATT/

    UN trickery here!

    The landmark Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), regulating the international trade in conventional arms - from small arms to battle tanks, combat aircraft and warships - will enter into force on 24 December 2014.

    States can sign and ratify the Treaty until it enters into force. After entry-into-force of the Treaty, States can still accede to the Treaty

    Nothing is said about succeeding from this act so it's a matter of time before it happens everywhere. So thinks the UN!
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