Category Archives: Privacy

Dept of Homeland Security Shocker: Denies Canadians with Mental Illnesses Entry to U.S.

Friday, September 9, 2011 Fans of Janet Napolitano’s Dept of Homeland Security have their work cut out for them to defend this. According to the Canadian Broadcast Corporation, more than a dozen Canadians have told the Psychiatric Patient Advocate Office … Continue reading

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Barack “Mao” Obama Pushes Forward with Internet ID Plan

Monday, April 18, 2011 The administration of Barack “Mao” Obama announced Friday it’s pushing ahead with a plan for broad adoption of Internet IDs despite concerns about identity centralization, and privacy violations, and hopes to fund a pilot project next … Continue reading

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President Pootie Tang Plans to Require Internet ID for Americans

Saturday, January 8, 2011 President Pootie Tang isn’t satisfied with his so-called “internet kill switch,” thus giving him power to push a button and turn off access to the world wide web. Now, our radical, anti-Constitution, Commander-in-Chief plans to hand … Continue reading

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Poll: 61% Oppose New Airport Security Measures

Wednesday, November 24, 2010 Ignore the pro-TSA propaganda merchants on the corporate cable news networks. A new ZOGBY International poll finds 61% of voters oppose the newly enhanced security measures at the country’s airports and 48% said they would probably … Continue reading

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Obama Administration is Firmly Committed to Wiretapping

Tuesday, October 19, 2010 The Obama administration is firmly committed to domestic wiretapping and is taking the necessary steps to ensure technical and legal obstacles to surveillance are removed. According to an article appearing in the New York Times: Law … Continue reading

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Obama Administration Wants Easier Access to Personal Internet Activity Without Court Order

Thursday, July 29, 2010 The Obama administration continues morphing into a less constitutional version of the Bush administration as it seeks to make it easier for the FBI to compel Internet companies to turn over records of an individual’s activity … Continue reading

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Obama Continues to Defend Bush’s Terror Policies

Saturday, January 23, 2010 From McClatchy: Although the FBI has acknowledged it improperly obtained thousands of Americans’ phone records for years, the Obama administration continues to assert that the bureau can obtain them without any formal legal process or court … Continue reading

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Bill Would Give President Power to Disconnect Private-sector Computers from the Internet

Friday, August 28, 2009 Internet companies and civil liberties groups are alarmed by a U.S. Senate bill which would cede power to President Obama to disconnect private-sector computers from the Internet. A revised version of the bill by Sen. Jay … Continue reading

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