Obama and the Internet

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  1. patsfan13

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    Many were concerned about the last administration snooping on calls from overseas, feeling their privacy rights would be violated.

    Nary a peep from these same people about the systematic assult on privacy and freedom of speech from the current administration:

    This started with the fishy post line to report people who posted unfavorable comments on Obama Health Care, Thei was in conjunction with people receiving unsolicited emails and the Wh with no explaination where they obtained the email addresses.

    Megyn Kelly to Obama spokesman: Will you delete the email addresses?

    When caught they start to backtrack

    Obama Shuts Email Tip List - WSJ.com

    Phase 2 Dems introduce bill to allow Obama to control private networks in the event of a "cyber emergency" pretty creepy, Flagged by the programming community first:

    Bill would give president emergency control of Internet | Politics and Law - CNET News

    Obama's 'emergency' powers over Internet: Cybersecurity Bill S. 773 - Computerworld Blogs

    IBDeditorials.com: Editorials, Political Cartoons, and Polls from Investor's Business Daily -- Could The Feds Seize The Internet?

    Now the latest a REQ from the WH for software to allow the gov to collect private information for social networking sites.

    This would allow them to collect data on individuals:

    Great big brother is watching.

    So rights for mass murderers and terrorist captured trying to kill American soldiers, no rights for American citizens expressing their opinions without being reported on and spied on by the government. This on top of the provision in the Healthcare bill to allow the government access to your financial records so they can determine your benefits.

    Is everyone OK with this?

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