Supreme Court lets warrantless wiretaps stand

Did you think that the fourth amendment to the U.S. Constitution protected you from government eavesdropping? Read Reuters report of yesterday’s ruling: Supreme Court throws out challenge to surveillance. The government argued that the amended 1978 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) gives them the right to capture data and voice communication without restraint.

The NSA (National Security Agency) is doing just that. In November I wrote about NSA’s activity within a west coast AT&T switching center: Paranoid? Worry about Comcast and AT&T, not Google.

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