Cloudy Privacy

I don’t keep up on this stuff as much as I probably should, but it sounds like the Democrat Party has decided that the Republicans have held a monopoly on usurping individual freedoms and privacy for too long. Next week the Senate votes on a bill that dramatically increases accessibility of private information to government agencies– without a warrant.

Just from reading the article, I don’t know that the law has a chance of passing Supreme Court review, but it’s still pretty scary the things our Congress wants to subject us to.  I wonder too if Patrick Leahy even knows what a “cloud” is.

One Response to “Cloudy Privacy”

  1. Pitt says:

    I guess, in thinking about it, if I’m not doing anything wrong, why should I worry if the government is watching me, right? I mean, they’re just looking out for my best interests. Right?

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