Illegal “Wiretaps”

Did you know that the Feds, NSA primarily, is tracking all internet traffic & email? Not just overseas and not just Muslims, but all of America.

Did you know that the Government, NSA primarily, is tracking all of America’s telephone traffic. Not just overseas and not just Muslims, but everyone.

If your emails or telephone conversations contain certain “trigger words” a live analyst will look over these emails or recorded conversations.

If you look at certain websites too many times, someone, some government bureaucrat is going to look at you, and not in a nice way.

Amendment IV
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

This amendment to our constitution is no longer is valid in our country, America.

May God help us all.


About the word of me
Interested in family and friends,grandchildren, photography, darkrooms, history, archaeology, scuba diving, computers, software, fast cars, journalism, writing, travel, ecology, news, science, and probably most other subjects you could think of. Did I mention family and friends?? I require iced tea or cold brewed coffee and a internet connection to be fully functional. Sometimes there are just so many words in my head they spill out.

2 Responses to Illegal “Wiretaps”

  1. Capitol says:

    1984 would logically seem to be a date in the past.
    Unfortunately, I’ve realized more than ever the possibility that it is a date in the future.

  2. thewordofme says:

    Yes Capitol, you are right in thinking that it will be in the near future. Of course the wiretaps have been going on for a while. If you check out the Bill of Rights you will see that the 1st., 4th., 5th., and 6th. amendments are now history, even though those are supposed to be the laws that are unbreakable by our politicians.

    Freedom of speech and the right to a speedy trial I think will be the ones I miss (though I’ve never had to go to trial), but I think I can understand the torment of being a nonperson, with no recourse, no voice.

    Our voices on the internet will be greatly reduced I fear.

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