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United States President Barack Obama is likely to endorse a Federal Bureau of Investigation effort that would ensure all Internet companies in the US provide a way for the government to conduct undetected, backdoor surveillance.
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Who knows what they do with the"datas" once recorded. I doubt they use them "only" against terrorism
This is un constatutional
Here's one for yo Barry-
Motherboa rd-Earth call it a higher understanding.
a h the MAYA
All law enforcement us this information! In some cases it is vital to thwart the terrorists! Wake up!
Nobody likes bad guys, but the ones that pretend to be saints are the worst.
Photo: "Mr. President, they know who you are, your real birth certificate. We must leave at once."
As if they have not been doing this for years. There has been a monitoring program that targets call "Gang Stalking", that has been monitoring people's every move here in the USA. This is nothing new, they just want it to not be as covert as before so they can't face legal action when targets get enough evidence that they are being monitored and harassed.
This Obama is a creature of evil creation.
I hate this guy. He's a darn traitor. Impeachment procedures should be taken ASAP
Obama supports any bill/law that limits our rights hes an a55hole and a traitor. Hanging for treason
Wave of the future: offshore VPNs.
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