The next big Big Government grab? Your data – now increasingly digitized.
ObamaCare, anyone? Campaign Finance “Reform” reporting requirements? As for gun background checks – has anyone yet demanded the Federales delete the data of the people who pass? Otherwise, it’s a gi-normous backdoor gun registration process.
The information you voluntary give to private companies should never end up in the hands of the Leviathan – unless and until they go through the Fourth Amendment warrant-acquisition process. Where they have to prove they have a right to any of it.
With things like the unilaterally imposed Network Neutrality, the Barack Obama Administration is preempting this Constitutionally-guaranteed protection.
So too with the President’s Cyber Security Executive Order. As we explain in this short guerrilla video.
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