12 ways you could be tracked
You may not have given much thought to government snooping until recently, but there are plenty of ways the NSA -- or even corporations -- can keep tabs on you.
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Hey justme whether you object to anything or not; to damn bad for YOU if the government wants to snoop on Americans ILLEGALLY!!!! Give government officials an inch and they'll take a LIGHT YEAR. As someone said once said, and I quote "people who give up liberty for safety end up with neither."
for examples look to the old Soviet Union [especially bad under Stalin], Nazi Germany, Chairman Mao's China, etc.
I just can't BELIEVE your naïve attitude,
The ONLY thing government can be trusted to do is INCREASE ITS OWN POWER, and screw everything else
This unauthorized, unwarranted intrusion into the lives of American citizens must stop! We are losing all of our rights and the people are doing absolutely nothing about it. Get a god Da8m warrant.
How do they have the tax paid manpower to track over 350 million individuals? Couldn't they have caught the two Boston bombers before they pulled their stupid prank?
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