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Terror threat renews debate over NSA programs

There are 35 comments on the KIDK CBS 3 story from Aug 4, 2013, titled Terror threat renews debate over NSA programs. In it, KIDK CBS 3 reports that:

There's no proof that the current terror threats in the Middle East, North Africa and beyond were uncovered through a federal program that monitors domestic telephone data, Rep. Adam Schiff, D-California, who serves on the House Intelligence Committee, said Sunday.

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#22 Aug 5, 2013
Lol wrote:
<quoted text>Did you parasite ACORN troll?
You can't stand the obvious truth.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#23 Aug 5, 2013
RustyS wrote:
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I did not know private companies had access to monitor your personal e-mail and phone calls. How do they get access to that information?
they got access when you voluntarily signed up to give it to them.

why do you think the gov't can get that data? your phone company has it already stored.]

google has computers reading what you do on the internet. you gave up your provacy when you went on the world wide web...(you'd think the name would have tipped you off..) and when you volujtarily sent your phone calls out over a private companies service...
Lol

Covina, CA

#24 Aug 5, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>they got access when you voluntarily signed up to give it to them.
why do you think the gov't can get that data? your phone company has it already stored.]
google has computers reading what you do on the internet. you gave up your provacy when you went on the world wide web...(you'd think the name would have tipped you off..) and when you volujtarily sent your phone calls out over a private companies service...
Spoooooook... or a troll. Either way your a bad joke.
Lol

Covina, CA

#25 Aug 5, 2013
You're

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#26 Aug 5, 2013
Lol wrote:
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Spoooooook... or a troll. Either way your a bad joke.
and, yet again, you could have countered the verifiavble facts i posted if you could, yet all you could do is post this third grade drivel..why is that? because you could not counter my facts and you have the mentality of a third grader...

must you embarrass yourself yet again?
Lol

Covina, CA

#27 Aug 5, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>and, yet again, you could have countered the verifiavble facts i posted if you could, yet all you could do is post this third grade drivel..why is that? because you could not counter my facts and you have the mentality of a third grader...
must you embarrass yourself yet again?
O.K. Baghdad Bob.

Since: Mar 11

St. Croix valley

#28 Aug 5, 2013
Lol wrote:
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O.K. Baghdad Bob.
just as i predicted...thanks for proving me right and proving you an imbecile...

Since: Mar 09

The Left Coast

#29 Aug 6, 2013
woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>they got access when you voluntarily signed up to give it to them.
why do you think the gov't can get that data? your phone company has it already stored.]
google has computers reading what you do on the internet. you gave up your provacy when you went on the world wide web...(you'd think the name would have tipped you off..) and when you volujtarily sent your phone calls out over a private companies service...
I guess I should have looked at it progressively from the beginning. Now that I see it from your point of view, it makes perfect sense. I voluntarily signed when I bought my house, so the bank can come over and look in whenever they like, you know, to make sure I'm safe. I voluntarily signed when I got my safe deposit box, so the bank can, if they wanted, look and let my employer know what's in it. If they just use the information for good, I suppose it will be OK. Thinking like a progressive is not easy, thanks for your help.
Lamer

Hopkins, MN

#30 Aug 6, 2013
Hey woodtick, those companys also agreed to a privacy agreement when you use their services as well. Many of them are in violation of this privacy agreement. Good thing Bush/Obama gave them retroactive immunity from prosecution!

And it seems all this spying for "national security" is now finding its way into lots of investigations that have nothing to do with national security. Drugs and Child porn are hardly national security issues.

Now it is also looking like the EU will be getting rid of all the big tech companies for cloud hosting and other services. Seems we are viewed no better than China in that regard. So let me ask you al this:

Once no one trust the US tech sector for the big business they have enjoyed in the past expect for american companies; whom is this giant spying apparatus going to be spying on and what is it going to be worth?

If the point is national security but no one you want to spy on uses those services as they dont want to be spied on, what value is there in the program? This will do a lot more damamge to US tech sector than any good it did for "national security".

Since: Mar 09

The Left Coast

#31 Aug 6, 2013
BarackHusseinBinLaden wrote:
Osama --Obama --what's the difference? Look what's being done to this nation?
Never question my spelling again or I'll have you re-edumucated you knumbskull... ;^)
Seeing you're from Kalifornia, I believe you. My apology and condolences.
ThereIsNoDebate- Impeach

Baldwin Park, CA

#32 Aug 6, 2013
BarrackHusseinBi nLaden

Baldwin Park, CA

#33 Aug 6, 2013
RustyS wrote:
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Seeing you're from Kalifornia, I believe you. My apology and condolences.
Thank you ...all jokes aside I can't believe anyone would still be behind Obama. Authoritarians are not liberals. True liberals can't stand Obama.
I Am Not A Crook

West Covina, CA

#34 Aug 7, 2013
radiofreeamerica wrote:
Maybe theres no proof because the proof is TOP SECRET-and therefore cannot be discussed.
That's top secret too for Obama.
Cultural Revolution

Baldwin Park, CA

#35 Aug 9, 2013
BarackHusseinBin Laden wrote:
Remember this is the "new" America under globalist rule.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cultural_Revolu...
Yaaaaay ..Stupid.
It's here.

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#36 Aug 9, 2013
Cordwainer Trout wrote:
Just who in hell has who on the run? Obama is weak and a reactionary.
The tea party is on the run and they couldnt win an election to save their trailer park lives

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