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White House Pushes For Expanded Domestic Spying

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White House Pushes For Expanded Domestic Spying The Justice Department has proposed a new domestic spying measure that would make it easier for state and local police to collect intelligence about Americans, share the sensitive data with federal agencies and retain it for at least 10 years. The proposed changes would revise the federal government's rules for police intelligence-gathering for the first time since 1993.

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Great-Sommelier Great-Sommelier 7 years
they should have them handcuffed to them like in 80's movies!
stephley stephley 7 years
"in the past six years that undercover New York police officers infiltrated protest groups before the 2004 Republican National Convention; that California state agents eavesdropped on peace, animal rights and labor activists; and that Denver police spied on Amnesty International and others before being discovered."Yeah, obviously we need more domestic spying to stop these Constitutionally protected evildoers.
stephley stephley 7 years
"in the past six years that undercover New York police officers infiltrated protest groups before the 2004 Republican National Convention; that California state agents eavesdropped on peace, animal rights and labor activists; and that Denver police spied on Amnesty International and others before being discovered." Yeah, obviously we need more domestic spying to stop these Constitutionally protected evildoers.
UnDave35 UnDave35 7 years
I'm thinking this might be a little too much. If there are international conversations that need to be monitored, I'm all for that.Torg- I agree, Why is it that so many laptops "full of sensitive information" keep getting lost? I'm thinking maybe government agencies shouldn't be allowed to have laptops.
UnDave35 UnDave35 7 years
I'm thinking this might be a little too much. If there are international conversations that need to be monitored, I'm all for that. Torg- I agree, Why is it that so many laptops "full of sensitive information" keep getting lost? I'm thinking maybe government agencies shouldn't be allowed to have laptops.
True-Song True-Song 7 years
The Justice Department has proposed a new domestic spying measure that would make it easier for state and local police to collect intelligence about Americans, share the sensitive data with federal agencies and retain it for at least 10 years...until it is then lost on a misplaced laptop.
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