Tags: privacy

You May Be Surprised Who Is Trying To Protect Your Privacy From Government

If you’ve been a regular reader of this site for any amount of time, you know that we have issues with government spying on everyday citizens. And it’s not just the NSA that is the only concern; it’s your local law enforcement, the FBI, and any number of other government agencies. For the most part,…

Prediction: Scary New Technology Will Make Cops Superheroes And Citizens Victims

Have you ever wished that you had access to amazing technology like some kind of comic book superhero? You know, pretending that you are Batman or Iron Man? Many little kids (me, included, I admit it) daydreamed about that kind of thing while playing pretend with friends. But what if that incredibly advanced technology was…

Everyday Americans Cooperated To Make The U.S. A Total Surveillance State

If you’re like most people in America today, you didn’t know it, but you’re to blame for the police state that we have now. How? Partially for who we have voted for. Partially for what we have tolerated and put up with. But, also, in many cases because we willingly helped the government to spy…

Have They Already Located You Using This Technology?

If you aren’t worried about your privacy in the United States, maybe you should be. The U.S. is quickly becoming the cutting edge of the use of surveillance technology against its citizens, even more so than many “totalitarian” countries. The ironic thing is that, in many cases, U.S. citizens aren’t as concerned about privacy issues…

Big Brother Surveillance Is Coming To Police Body Cams

Many Americans have a legitimate concern about invasive “Big Brother” type technology which allows our government to spy on us day-and-night. It’s downright scary some of the things that have been proposed and some of the things that have already been put into place (NSA spying anyone?). Unfortunately, the march toward total government invasion of…

Have The Police Used This Method To Violate Your Privacy?

Privacy is becoming a bigger and bigger issue these days. From concerns about companies tracking your web surfing habits online and concerns about “net neutrality” to concerns about governments and individuals spying on people using drones to concerns about police intercepting and accessing mobile phone communications without permission, Americans have a valid right to be…