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The #PoliceState demands your fingerprint to unlock your phone

If you haven’t figured out by now, your iPhone really isn’t “your” iPhone.

As the world watched the FBI spar with Apple this winter in an attempt to hack into a San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone, federal officials were quietly waging a different encryption battle in a Los Angeles courtroom. 121 more words

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These cops tried to use civil asset forfeiture to steal money from a Christian charity

Civil asset forfeiture, under which law enforcement can seize your property even if you aren’t convicted of a crime or arrested, is a nationwide problem. The state of Oklahoma, however, has a particularly  534 more words

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SoCal Cops Getting Ready To Use Surveillance Drones

Source: RT
April 28, 2016

Four police departments in Riverside and San Bernardino counties in California are gearing up to deploy drones in daily operations. Lawmakers worry that the public’s privacy could be at stake under current law, as police are required to obtain a warrant before conducting drone surveillance. 26 more words

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Censored, Surveilled, Watch Listed and Jailed: The Absurdity of Being a Citizen in the American Police State

Source: The Rutherford Institute, by John Whitehead

“You had to live—did live, from habit that became instinct—in the assumption that every sound you made was overheard, and, except in darkness, every movement scrutinized.”—George Orwell, …

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9/11 Memorial Kids Choir Learns to Obey Authority No Matter What

These kids have just learned the most important lesson in modern Orwellian America from their choir teacher: “You need to respect authority even if you don’t understand it.”

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Soon you may not be allowed to say no to cops digitally rifling through your phone

Suppose a police officer pulls you over because he believes you rolled through a stop sign. When he comes up to your window, he asks if you were texting while driving (which is illegal in… 301 more words

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