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While You Watch TV In the not-so-distant future, your couch-potato time may become a public experience. "There is technology that's built-in to so-called 'smart' TVs, which would allow the cable company (or potentially the government) to watch you through your television," says Bakke. "To date, however, it is not being used for that purpose." Government admits to spying through your cell phone — RT When the general counsel of the National Security Agency was asked if the government was tracking citizens using data collected by their cell phones, the NSA’s Matthew Olsen said it does indeed have that authority but stopped there, saying that “it is a very complicated question.”Perhaps “yes” or “no” is a bit too much to spit out for the NSA.Olsen has been nominated to lead the Are your phone camera and microphone spying on you? | US 2018-4-6 · Government security agencies like the NSA can also have access to your devices through in-built backdoors. This means that these security agencies can tune in to your phone calls, read your 5 ways to keep the government from spying on you - … 2017-3-9 · Even without the government looking over our shoulders, social media makes it easy to give away a lot of privacy on our own, posting vacation photos and other personal details.

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10 Reasons why Government Spying is a Bad Idea « Dvorak 2013-6-11 · We had 3000 lives lost and a Billion in property loss from 911. Our response was 100K killed, 300K wounded and 1.5 Trillion spent along with airport and other civil liberty intrusions. Regardless of the legality of our response–I would say it wasn’t worth it, and I’ll bet right now this NRA response isn’t worth the info it will create With or Without the Patriot Act, Here's How the NSA Can Section 702 of the law, which does not expire until 2017, gives the government the ability to collect the content of an Internet user’s actual communications — not just metadata. 8 Examples Of How The Government Is Trying To Take Total