Skip to comments.U.S. Wants Broader Internet Wiretap Authority (More Intrusion from the One)
Posted on 09/27/2010 7:03:18 AM PDT by LUV W
The Obama administration is developing plans that would require all Internet-based communication services -- such as encrypted BlackBerry e-mail, Facebook, and Skype -- to be capable of complying with federal wiretap orders, according to a report published Monday.
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Just more “open-ness” from our “leader”...PING. We become spies for the One?...or he spies on us? Either way......
This is the third article posted today about this subject.
I don't know which one will survive, so I'm pinging them all.
Here they go again. Cheney and Bush just want to listen in on our private conversations....
oh, what? What’s that? This is the Obama administration. Oh, well, I am sure we’ll similar outrage throughout the media on this issue.
Awaiting the liberal outrage. 3..2..1..0...0...0..1...2..3... (sound of crickets chirping)
Obummer will find this new ability very handy leading up to 2012.
Thank you...I searched for it but didn’t find anything, so
went for it. :)
Well i understand wanting to monitor terrorist communications, and i DO realize that facebook is the way many many people communicate. I just have one innocent question; Islamic Terrorists,,Isn’t Obama on their Faceook “friend” list already?
I closed my FB account. It was already getting too weird.
Another interesting development is All the stores issuing cards that give you discounts. They all have them:CVS, Office Depot, etc. They swipe your card every time you make a purchase and allegedly give you discounts, BUT they also make a record of everything YOU BUY!
Perhaps conservatives, who were at sleep at the switch on these privacy issues when Dubya reigned, are finally rousing themselves.
Oh, yeah...we’re being tracked daily everywhere we go. Spooky!
I’m waiting to hear the “Well, if you’re not doing anything wrong, you’ve got nothing to worry about...” line.
Just the next natural step in establishing a police state.
Bush, Clinton, Bush Jr, Obama all are going in the same direction. Know your customer and all
Problem is...what is “right” for a private person to communicate might not
be considered so when you (the administration) are looking for dissension from
your opponents (like conservatives).
Lol, yeah right. That would admit being wrong and just carrying the water.
Hopefully, November elections will establish that this never becomes a reality. I can’t wait for November.
This mirrors the big battle that was going on between Blackberry and the Government of India. Indian security forces were concerned about Islamoterrorists using Blackberry to communicate, and the data being out of subpoena reach on servers in Canuckistan.
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