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Report Reveals Wider Tracking of Mail in U.S.

Featured Image: U.S. Postal Service Emblem. Source: Wikipedia (Fair Use)

From The New York Times 

WASHINGTON — In a rare public accounting of its mass surveillance program, the United States Postal Service reported that it approved nearly 50,000 requests last year from law enforcement agencies and its own internal inspection unit to secretly monitor the mail of Americans for use in criminal and national security investigations.

The number of requests, contained in a 2014 audit of the surveillance program by the Postal Service’s inspector general, shows that the surveillance program is more extensive than previously disclosed and that oversight protecting Americans from potential abuses is lax. . . . Read Complete Report

The Chilling Effects of License-Plate Location Tracking

From ACLU’s Free Future By Mica Moore, ACLU & Bennett Stein, ACLU Speech, Privacy and Technology Project at 12:12pm

Location tracking has far-reaching implications for the way we live, even if we don’t think we’ve done anything wrong. Our recent report, “You Are Being Tracked,” shows that automatic license plate readers allow law enforcement to track every car on the road, not just those relevant to an investigation. This type of widespread tracking endangers our rights of protest and association and has the potential to reach deep into our lives and alter our daily decision making.

License plate readers are poised to become commonplace. As we note in our report:

“…as license plate readers have proliferated, they no longer capture individuals’ movements at only a few points. Increasingly, they are capturing drivers’ locations outside church, the doctor’s office, and school, giving law enforcement and private companies that run the largest databases the ability to build detailed pictures of our lives.” . . . Read Complete Report

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Published on Jul 22, 2013

Law enforcement agency cameras are tracking movements through license plates and keeping information on file. The purpose is because data is important in tracking criminal activity. Is this a breach of our privacy? FOX26 panelists discuss.

Dig a LITTLE DEEPER ~ THEI Archive “Police State”

LAPD uses ‘Stingray’ for warrantless tracking of citizens (Video Report)

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Published on Jan 25, 2013

Here at RT America we have reported on how the US government and select law enforcement agencies are using the technology known as “Stingray” to track suspected terrorists every move, but according to reports, the Los Angeles Police Department is
using the technology to not only fight terrorism but to crackdown on daily crime. RT’s Ramon Galindo explores the possible violations of privacy rights.

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PUBLIC SERVICE POST: How to remove your Google Web Data History

from yahoonews.com


Do you know if Google is tracking your Web activity? If you have a Google account (for, say, Gmail) and have not specifically located and paused the Web History setting, then the search giant is keeping track of your searches and the sites you visited. This data has been separated from other Google products, but on March 1 it will be shared across all of the Google products you use when Google’s new privacy policy goes into effect.

If you’d like to prevent Google from combining this potentially sensitive data with the information it has collected from your YouTube, Google+, and other Google accounts, you can remove your Web History and stop it from being recorded moving forward. . . Here’s how


Carrier IQ – the Controllers are Eyeballin’ . . . YOU, YOU, YOU!! (and me to).

Giving, getting, or hoping to find a new digital communications device under your Christmas tree at the end of the month? Please do yourself a favor and watch this video and do more research on this subject before spending any money.  If this information bothers you don’t buy..  – EDITOR

From Youtube

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In all fairness here is Carrier Official Disclaimer, “Media Alert” as posted on their homepage. I’m sure the designers of the application are true blue Americans and are being careful with the information they receive, but, and it’s a big but… what happens if “for our own good” the internet comes under the control of Homeland Security, or as globalist have been pushing for … a takeover of the control of the internet by the United Nations or some other nefarious group the Controllers want in charge.   And what about hackers? . . . EDITOR