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Leaked NSA Hacking Tools, Tactics, In Focus
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1/9/2014 | 6:48:13 PM
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"The courts are going to have to redefine what the Fourth Amendment means ...
" . Why? The fourth ammendment, like the second ammendment, is very plain, and is timeless. Regardless of the evolution of technology, HOW we communicate and HOW we store information, our privacy is still protected. The fourth ammendment prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures and requires any warrant to be judicially sanctioned and supported by probable cause. The concept and meaning of "privacy" is not bound to any technology or other advancement in society. The fourth ammendment governs the actions of PEOPLE, not any tecnology or storage or communication medium. It prevents your government and fellow citizens from simply taking what they want, from stealing your personal information and invading your life. It is the people, your elected officials who have not only miserably failed to defend the Constitution of the United States, but have blatantly betrayed you through executive orders and subversive legislation like the Patriot Act and Homeland Security Act that allow them to circumvent your constitutional rights any time they choose. And they justify it with their ambiguous "War on Terror", specifically designed to NEVER END, giving the president war powers for eternity. Where is your OUTRAGE America? The deeds of this government are horrific, and we simply stand by and let it happen. The ONLY reason the NSA gets away with this is because the executive and legislative branches want it to, and the judicial branch is bought and paid for ... they don't care. Here's the punchline... all of this was built with YOUR MONEY and they use it ON YOU. Pretty funny, huh? The only people who want to change the fourth ammendment are the same ones that are spying on you. The same people who are making it illegal for you to defend yourself. Anyone remember a country called Germany?...


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