YES! – Mass surveillance systems will inevitably violate our 4th amendment rights.
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NO! - Surveillance technology makes us all safer, privacy is not an issue
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Grumpy 4 years 16 weeks ago

Anyone who believes our "government liars" read (federal law enforcement) agents and agencies. Are really being hoodwinked by "Big Brother." These so called law enforcement surveillance tactics, are just the First Step to complete and total subjugation to the whims of the TOTALITARIAN REGIME that the RIGHT WING TEA BAGGERS WANT OUR SOCIETY TO BECOME!!

Geraldine Rieman 4 years 16 weeks ago

I have heard that even from satellites, "they" can tell what we are doing, what we are saying, everything. Also, ever notice that after a crime or accident, they always have foottage of it? With the technology, they can see through our walls, hear everything. Ordinary people have a cell phone with a camera, nothing is private anymore. An insurance agent told me in the 1980's that when an insurance company or doctor takes a blood sample, they are going to do the DNA on it and everything else they can. Definitely insurance company did this in 1985. Agent told me they will say the blood sample is for something else. Listen to Coast to Coast AM George Noory on radio at night, you would be surprised at what you will hear, and learn. You won't hear this anywhere else about this country, who is behind what, the elite powers, banks, chemtrails, etc.

nikkyver 4 years 16 weeks ago

This is happening under the guise of "It's all about your safety" - Protecting you and the American way of life"...... Bullshit, stay the hell out of my life and let me worry about my safety, or lack thereof. It's nobodys damn business where I go, what I do, who I talk to, and what I say, let alone what I think. As long as I obey basic social laws that everyone else obeys, then leave me the hell alone and saty out of my life..........

The advent of cheap technology in cameras, audio etc, has made this all possible, and the more everyone buys into the influence of technology the more crap such as this will increase.

Time everyone gets off their lazy asses and votes to cut government down to a fourth what it presently is..........

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ken ware 4 years 16 weeks ago

We can all cry about what is going on, ranting and screaming feels good, but in reality what will be, will be. We have allowed our government to get away with lying to us about why we were warring on a nation (Vietnam for one and then on to the more recent wars we are still fighting), using us as guinea pigs for nuke tests in the 1950's in the Nevada desert, and now spying on us in the name of national security. Guess what, perhaps there is nothing we can do or say to change what is happening. We have allowed the right side of the political isle and the left to pay off the Wall St. loses while pushing full forward onto austerity for the rest of us, and have we marched or come out in packs to stop them, no. We get up in arms and get pissed and say they are turning our freedom into a joke and spying on us from every source imaginable, yet only a 45-50% turn out on Election Day! Until we unite as a force, we have no chance of changing a thing. They, speaking of every entity that will make a profit off our laziness and inability to form a united front, will continue to produce and purchase, with our tax revenues, whatever they wish to keep us in line with their wishes. Why, because they know the American span of attention is limited to micro bytes of info they feed us in our news and whatever else we spend our time watching. Is there even a small chance we can turn this form of 1984 around, maybe. but until we stop them from dividing us into our separate little fragmented political and ethnic groups, we haven't a chance of getting back our civil rights and privacy as a nation, that is being stripped away almost daily. So either get serious and get united or get use to the eye in the sky and everywhere else they are watching us from.......

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David J. Cyr 4 years 16 weeks ago

A National Security State, ever increasing its full spectrum surveillance, is the natural result of the solidarity of 99% of the participating electorate routinely flocking to the polls to obediently robovote together for the sociopathic policies of the corporate (R) & (D) party.

America will remain a corporate-state as long as too many senseless Americans continue to obediently vote for the corporate party's Republicans and Democrats... and too few sensible people disobediently vote.

If Democrats were the Solution we wouldn't still have the Problem.

The "progressives" are the liberals who keep voting for the corporate party's Democrats so they can keep protesting against what they keep voting for.

Occupy the 2012 election with support for Dr. Jill Stein for president.

www.chenangogreens.org

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GypsyO53 4 years 15 weeks ago

Mr. Ware ----Thank you for a brilliant post!!!

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