Really, how safe are we? It seems the government and private corporations are making millions on our personal and private information. It seems major corporations and the government are collecting and selling our information to the highest bidders. It seems we the people are no longer, not only not running the government, but international corporations and the government ignores the laws protecting privacy.
The Feds have hacked our email accounts, tapped our phones, latched into our Facebook accounts, and opened our mail all without our permission or knowledge. Where in the Constitution of the United States allows the Feds to be the supervisors and managers of private citizens lives? Have you noticed no one is asking that question?
If you have a shopping card for store purchase discounts, who's collecting that information and what are they doing with it next?
What if you have an accident in the same store which you hold a discount card, would they use your shopping history against you? Absolutely yes, they are more likely to go on the defensive particularly if you refuse arbitration and ops for court. If you are injured, you are no longer a customer, but now you have become a liability. They are likely going to use your purchase history and everything else they can get their hands on and all that information was supplied freely by the shopper in exchange for a discounted price. Is the loss of your privacy and personal information worth it?
60 million medical records were seized in Calf. By the IRS. Now what are they looking for in those records? And, the IRS will be taking over the collecting for Obama Care. Where they getting a head start or making preparations to attack the common citizen? And, another question; when did the IRS become medically qualified to look at anyone's medical records? Please keep in mind, the IRS are the one's that blocked and delayed Conservative, Patriotic and Christians from getting their 401(C)4 status before Obama's re-election.
I ask again, is the loss of your privacy and personal information worth it?