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Rogue Government

Rogue Government- “Was Donald Trump under surveillance during his presidential bid?”

by Bill Lockwood

As governments tend to grow in size they not only become unwieldy, but oppressive of the very freedoms they are framed to protect. 927 more words

Donald Trump

Trump Surveillance: The Deep State Attempts A Head Fake

By Lawrence Sellin Ph.D. ~

Let the diversions and parsing of words begin.

Take note of this British non-denial denial because you will see the same species of obfuscation being regularly produced at the U.S. 717 more words

Public Opinion

Internet Privacy Fast Becoming An Extinct Commodity

IT HAS FINALLY HAPPENED, FOLKS!

It is being reported that because of something that happened in The United States Senate not too long ago your Internet Service Provider now has freedom to sell and share all your web browsing data and other private information with advertisers and whoever else they deem appropriate. 88 more words

Government Surveillance

UNMASKING POTENTIALLY A SERIOUS PROBLEM FOR OBAMA ADMIN: BOB WOODWARD

W Examiner: “The revelation is notable because identities of Americans are generally supposed to remain “masked” if American communications are swept up during surveillance of foreign individuals. 226 more words

Politics

ELIJAH CUMMINGS CALLS FOR NUNES INVESTIGATION: BRIEFED PRES TRUMP ON UNMASKING

W Examiner: “A top House Democrat is calling for an investigation into House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes for telling the White House about new information that President Trump and his associates might have been caught up in government surveillance. 125 more words

Politics

What The Hell Did GOP Intel Committee Chair Devin Nunes Do? Allow Us To Try To Explain

On Wednesday, a discombobulating turn of events began when House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Nunes (R-CA) held a press conference to disclose the existence of “ 1,453 more words

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Snoops

Privacy is such a quaint notion. Since 9-11, we have become inured to having our personal belongings searched at theaters, airports and the lobbies of big buildings. 533 more words

American Society