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FBI sued over secretive mass surveillance program

10.04.2013 15:48

A privacy watchdog group is suing the FBI over the agency’s failure to fulfill Freedom of Information Act requests for documents involving a secretive and expansive database that could be used to track down anyone, anywhere and at any time.

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Michael Netz 26.04.2013 04:45

i cant even board a plane in this country

Anonymous user 24.04.2013 22:45

break their fkn precious toys- it cost to replace them and money is all they understand

Anonymous user 13.04.2013 15:39

Let us protest Americans! This is an invasion of privacy! I did't give you permission to spy on me!

Anonymous user 13.04.2013 15:16

Y still pretend the constitution is still relevant when the US gov breaks all the rules it laid out?

Anonymous user 13.04.2013 15:14

But the constitution also says only Congress can declare war but that was abandoned in the 80's.

Anonymous user 13.04.2013 15:14

4th amendment to the constitution: no search or siezure without a warrant. It's our right to privacy

Anonymous user 12.04.2013 00:27

If they lose they might have to auction off one of Edgars Dresses to pay the bill

Anonymous user 11.04.2013 21:42

Anglo-Irish Colonial Country Clubs CIA and FBI can be sued. Depends who sues them, Anglos or others.

Anonymous user 11.04.2013 21:39

RT Bolsheviks trying to place Anglo-Irish way of life under global scrutiny.

M ind your own business

 

Bill Jarett 11.04.2013 18:18

I hope they request all the "R", "S", "ZERO" drive and various other illegal databases the FBI uses to illegal hide information from defense attorneys and FOI attempts. The ongoing Trentadue murder case revealed this criminal activity on the part of the FBI.

Anonymous user 11.04.2013 17:50

How can FBI, least of all CIA, Military complex be sued? Someone slipped up? These are above the law

Anonymous user 11.04.2013 17:45

The people need to seek Justice, not fiat currency. Money is just a keyboard stroke away.

Anonymous user 11.04.2013 17:39

One step closer towards dystopia! Yay! Nineteen Eighty Four anyone?

Anonymous user 11.04.2013 16:49

Legally FBI can do whatever it wants via HMS, national security alibis and the Patriot Act

 

Alex Povolotski 11.04.2013 16:49

I am glad the government agencies are being sued more often. Otherwise, you common people have no control over them.

It is only through a judicial process, that you can tame them a bit.

Anonymous user 11.04.2013 11:27

Although Thom is great on the radio, some bolstering for TV is needed. Great topic. Poor coverage.

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