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The Mass Surveillance of US Public Continues as USA Today Declares It Ended


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The Mass Surveillance of US Public Continues as USA Today Declares It Ended

Jim Naureckas

USA Today (6/3/15) had a five-column headline across the top of its front page:

NSA Data Collection Ended

That would be odd, since the National Security Agency exists to collect data; it’s unlikely that a $10 billion agency would simply stop everything it was doing.


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To add to this it has been revealed that the NSA began the mass collection of data prior to 9/ 11 and the legislation claimed to have authorized it. If they were doing this prior to that legislation just how on Earth can one conclude that they would stop as the legislation lapses?

All that can end this mass Data collection is disbanding the NSA , imprisoning the members of it that broke the law and tearing all of those buildings down.

The same would then have to happen to the CIA the FBI the Pentagon and other agencies of the national police state that are too numerous to mention.


#3

With accelerating technology, its no longer a question of losing our privacy now but when. Today its more a question of who gets to see other people's secrets.


#4

just a question. What would happened if 10% of the American public would send the content of a dictionary in their emails???