2011: A Civil Liberties Year in Review by John W. Whitehead | LewRockwell.com

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2011: A Civil Liberties Year in Review by John W. Whitehead | LewRockwell.com

Depressing synopsized word cloud follows (don’t bother reading it. GE.)National Security Agency, NSA, eavesdropping, private email, phone calls, security/industrial complex, marriage of government, military and corporate interests, keeping Americans under constant surveillance, GPS tracking, secret spying on Americans, technology, our ability to control it, our Frankenstein, given it free rein in our lives, Continue reading

U.S. Supreme Court may allow the government to track phones without a warrant | ActivistPost

“… If the Supreme Court finds that law enforcement were within the law when placing a GPS tracking device on the car of suspected drug smuggler and nightclub owner Antoine Jones, it would open the door for even more egregious violations of our privacy.  This decision would essentially allow the government to monitor anyone and everyone’s movements without a warrant for any reason or no reason at all… ”

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