Skip to comments.Court Grants Secrecy for Memo on Phone Data
Posted on 01/04/2014 2:35:52 AM PST by SgtBilko
WASHINGTON A federal appeals court on Friday ruled that the Obama administration may continue to withhold a Justice Department memo that apparently opened a loophole in laws protecting the privacy of consumer data. The memo establishes the legal basis for telephone companies to hand over customers calling records to the government without a subpoena or court order, even when there is no emergency, according to a 2010 report by the Justice Departments inspector general. The details of the legal theory, and the circumstances in which it could be invoked, remain unclear.
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Just keep voting GOP. All will be well.
Of all the data that can be collected, the most chilling to me is the collection of the time stamped GPS data.
It’s unreal how they have the ability to track and keep our movements.
Why isn’t this being discussed?
The link shows what they can do
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