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‘They make George Orwell’s ‘Big Brother’ look tame’
Larry Klayman, founder of Freedom Watch, has launched a lawsuit against Barack Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder, NSA chief Keith Alexander, Verizon Communications chief Lowell McAdam and their agencies over the government’s massive data-mining project utilizing the private phone records of Verizon customers.
“There is no doubt that this massive illegal seizure had to be authorized and approved at the highest levels of the executive branch, which necessarily leads to the president, attorney general and the director of the NSA,” Klayman said.
“These violations of free speech, prohibitions against unreasonable search and seizure, and due process rights are unprecedented in American history. . . . Read Complete Report
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OBAMA: AMERICANS SHOULD FEEL COMFORTABLE ABOUT SNOOPING
Says ‘if people can’t trust’ government, ‘then we’re going to have some problems here’
President Obama, in a strong defense of his efforts to monitor Americans’ telephone calls and other communications, argued that additional security certainly is worth the loss of some constitutional privacy rights, and further, he assured the nation that “nobody’s listening to the content of people’s phone calls.”
But he also confirmed that it is the content of telephone calls that is being targeted, and there’s a process available for investigators who want to listen in: just get permission from a court. . . . Read Complete Report