Senate bill rewrite lets feds read your e-mail without warrants
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Since: Sep 11
#1 Nov 20, 2012
How telling that he changed his mind "after" the election. Let me guess, in the interest of national security, this bill would not apply to members of congress. Whats good enough for the citizenry is not nearly good enough for the rulers. And that old, tired, constitution thingy they're supposed to be sworn to uphold? That only applies to them, when it's convenient that is.
#2 Nov 20, 2012
A bill that hasn't passed ??? What, no "news" on Twinkies, sparkles ??
#3 Nov 20, 2012
Those concerned with having private communications with someone do it in an environment that can't be listened in on.
Phone, Twitter, text, email, regular mail, communicating in a public place with possible observation, communicting in any structure that could be bugged, communicating in the same place numerous times.
I.E take a ride to a isolated place after showering with new clothes, park and walk out of site of the vehicle and communicate away. Of course watch your rearview mirror for a tail.
Either that or communicate in a very loud/busy very public place like most street thugs do.
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