In the midst of Congress looking into the U.S. Government surveillance programs, the intelligence agencies ironically declassified multiple documents to offer insight into exactly what they were doing.
Based on the fact that leaker Edward Snowden blew the whistle on the information, they felt to be more transparent with the public, they would release the following information.
Dont you just love how they find loop holes and minipulate the system's laws? Why do we even have law if it's like that
|203 days ago|
Here is some food for thought. Any and ALL communications have been collected for MANY years now without our knowledge or approval.
If anyone remembers the OJ Simpson trial of 1994. When the prosecution provided evidence of his phone calls, ask yourself this. WHY were his phone calls being recorded? He wasn't under investigation at the time, so who authorized his communications to be recorded?
ALL communications of all kinds are being recorded. Phone calls, emails, text messages, they're all being gathered "In the event of...." at Government Data centers. The newest one being a massive data center in Utah.
|210 days ago|
Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety. -Ben Franklin-
It's basically them saying, we will scare the public with the threat of terror that they will beg us to pry in to their phone records. This police state is becoming more and more real.
|216 days ago|