Wednesday, June 03, 2015

Facebook just announced a controversial move that is going to infuriate the police state...

As the dubious provisions of the PATRIOT Act expired last night at midnight, the NSA began rolling up its cords, turned off their computer monitors and took to rewriting their resumes to find new work. Oh wait, sorry, that didn’t happen at all.

No surveillance sites have been shut down, no NSA employees have been laid off, and business as usual went off without a hitch this morning.

If the government has proven anything over the last decade and a half, it’s that they are not afraid of lying. Assange, Manning, and Snowden have all exposed illegal functions of the US government that we were told never existed.

The bottom line is that short of a radical change in the US government, domestic spying will continue; regardless of the public dog and pony shows implying otherwise.

More and more Americans realize the need to keep their information private and companies are responding to this demand. Full story...

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