Do you think it is ok for the government to store everything you email, text, post on an internet sight, say on any kind of phone, store your gps data, store every websearch and site you have ever gone to ok?
I just want them to operate within the law and oversight regime that Congress provides. So far I haven't seen anything else.
When they have no reason to suspect you have done anything wrong?
They can't retain or disseminate any of my info that case. This is governed by executive order.
Edit: they can't retain any of my info that I have a reasonable expectation of privacy in. If I give out info to the public, they can take that info just like any other person or corporation can.
Do you find it pretty serious that the release of these paper by snowden went through a british paper because no US media outlet really does much more than toe the government line?
He went to the Guardian because of Greenwald, not because they are a foreign paper. They have a New York bureau.
Do you find it interesting that this data can be retroactively mined at any point if anyone in the government is upset at you and they could find something wrong that just about everyone has done?
Much more is involved than that. Besides, I'm not a terrorist or a foreign agent so I really don't have to worry about it. Y'all should be more concerned with what the FBI can do.
This post was edited on 6/26 at 6:57 pm