Meta Data Retention is an absolute violation of our FREEDOM. What next, Government surveillance cameras in our homes?
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Newspeak of course refers to the Orwellian idea of government-controlled language. Recent attempts to ban the word “thug” have recently caused a lot of controversy. There’s an implicit suggestion that banning the word thug would somehow alleviate the problem of riots in places like Baltimore. 383 more words
Sounds really reasonable isn’t it? A box in your car that registers your behavior, route traveled, time traveled, storing data that can be used against you as soon as a new law is invented that makes something a criminal offense worse than aggravated homicide going 3 miles too fast… I see a booming market for EMP devices, with me being customer. 276 more words
Peter Greste delivers warning on Q&A: 'If we ignore it, it will come back to bite us' - Written by NEIL McMAHON
April 14, 2015 – 5:35AM
Peter Greste cautions government over metadata
Press freedom and the Australian government’s introduction of metadata legislation to access journalists’ sources dominate Monday night’s QandA program. 854 more words