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  • A Few Thoughts on Data Aggregation

    Posted by Zenpundit on May 16th, 2010 (All posts by )

    Big Brother on the Make….or perhaps, the take….

    Outside of specific and targeted investigational contexts for law enforcement and intelligence, the Federal government really does not need to know what products we buy at the grocery store, what books we buy or check out at the library, the magazines to which we subscribe, our car payments, what kind of food we eat, the websites we visit, how we use our credit cards and where. It’s not actually the government’s business, and presumably, the 4th Amendment indicates they need a compelling interest before they are allowed to snoop.

    Senator Chris Dodd (D-Conn) is working hard….to make sure the Feds are watching your every move. Unless you are an illegal alien of course.

    What passes for Liberalism these days is a strange ideology – American citizens are to be treated as criminals to be kept under continuous government surveillance but if you are a foreigner who enters the country illegally, you should get special dispensations from police questioning. Or unless you are a foreign terrorist overseas or in communication with one. WTF?

    Cross-posted at Zenpundit

     

    One Response to “A Few Thoughts on Data Aggregation”

    1. Tatyana Says:

      Who that reminded me of…Ah.