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Posted 10 months ago in Government Your Personal Rights by Aaron Kase  
How To Avoid Government Spying

They’re watching. Revelations in recent weeks of the extensive programs that the United States government is using to spy on its citizens have made it clear that we live in a surveillance state, and it’s here to stay. We’ve learned that the National Security Administration collects data on nearly every phone call made in America. We’ve learned they have the capacity to compile every bit of online activity we engage in. Feeling paranoid yet? Much of the spying was actually …

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Posted 10 months ago in Your Personal Rights by Aaron Kase  
Massive Government Spying Program Prompts Lawsuits

Following last week’s disclosure of the massive spying program that the United States government has imposed on its citizens, the lawsuits are rolling in. Attorney Larry Klayman, founder of Judicial Watch, and other plaintiffs filed a federal suit in Washington, D.C., Sunday alleging that the program’s “violations of free speech, prohibitions against unreasonable search and seizure, and due process rights are unprecedented in American history.” Tuesday, the ACLU lodged a similar complaint in New York, claiming “This surveillance . . …

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