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Big Brother News: FBI Director Says ‘No such thing as absolute privacy in America’

FBI Director Says ‘No such thing as absolute privacy in America’

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War On Dissenters, You Can Only Get Big Gov’s Propaganda And Their Fake News?

War On Dissenters, You Can Only Get Big Gov’s Propaganda And Their Fake News?

Aaron and Melissa Dykes are truth researchers, truth journalists and truth filmmakers. Their excellent website Truthstreammedia.com and You Tube channel by the same name are two must visit destination for anyone who wants to be informed about the REAL issues we face. Truthstreammedia is the antithesis to the “fake news” you’ll get from CNN and mainstream media outlets.

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Social Media Goes Un-American With Their Censorship BS, Time To Find Alternatives

Social Media Goes Un-American With Their Censorship BS, Time To Find Alternatives
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We all know by now that the tech giants of Silicon Valley are in bed with the government and they’re not afraid to censor posts they disagree with from their social media platforms. So what if there was a decentralised, open source, blockchain-based social media alternative? On today’s thought for the day we talk about the censorship problem and the Steemit solution.

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FBI Seeks Warrantless Access To Americans’ Browser History

FBI Seeks Warrantless Access To Americans’ Browser History

FBI Seeks Warrantless Access To Americans’ Browser History

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FBI Director James Comey amounts current restrictions on spying to a “typo” in the law, and is demanding that Congress “fix” the matter.

Protracted debate about the federal government’s ability to collect Americans’ telephone metadata without a warrant, a matter which never was resolved, looks to be taking a back-seat, as the FBI is now pushing for a dramatic expansion of that power to include Internet metadata.

While telephone metadata was just who called whom and for how long, the Internet version amounts to unrestricted access to the browser history of every American, including what websites they visit, and what pages in particular they read.

Privacy groups are blasting the move, noting that the data would“paint an incredibly intimate picture of an individual’s life,” including things like political affiliation, medical conditions, religion, and sexual orientation.

FBI Director James Comey, however, insists that the law which lists all the metadata they can collect without a warrant, and which doesn’t mention browser histories, amounts to a “typo” in the law, and is demanding that Congress “fix” the matter so the FBI can force companies to hand over all that personal data. The FBI maintains the list in the law was meant to be “illustrative” of the type of things they can demand, and not all-inclusive.

Facebook, Yahoo, and Google are among a number of technology companies lining up to resist the change in the law, both because of the lack of judicial oversight such a broad new data collection plan would involve, and also because in practice the change in law would force them to do all the heavy lifting of collecting this data for the FBI to sift through.

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