PA Passes Law to Violate Children’s Privacy & Bypass HIPAA Laws

How many times have you been asked to sign a HIPAA Privacy Agreement when you visited a doctor, hospital, dentist, urgent care or any other medical facility? If you read through the agreement, it says that you have the right to privacy and that no one can access your medical records without your consent. According […]

Chicago Detective: “Apple Will Become the Phone of Choice for the Pedophile”

Personal privacy has become a hot and controversial issue. Like many people, I like my privacy and believe that I have a right to protect my private affairs from the prying eyes of the government or anyone else. At the same time, I recognize that sometimes law enforcement needs to be able to access someone’s […]

SCOTUS Protects Citizens’ Cell Phones from being Searched

A lawsuit, Riley v. California, that challenged that legality of arrest-related searches of cell phones had made its way to the US Supreme Court. The crux of the lawsuit was that law enforcement searches of cell phones without a warrant were a violation of the Fourth Amendment that protects citizens from unlawful search and seizure. […]

Taking Photos Up a Woman’s Dress Legal per MA Supreme Court

Based on a recent Massachusetts Supreme Court ruling, I would advise every woman in Massachusetts to stop wearing dresses or skirts on any form of public transit.  Why?  Because you have no right to privacy and anyone is now allowed to take photos of videos up your skirt if they can. In August 2010, Michael […]

Schools Hiring Company To Spy On Your Kids 24 Hours A Day

Do schools have the right to spy or monitor students when they are not at school? That’s the question a number of students and parents in the Glendale Unified School District in Southern California. The school district tried a pilot program this past spring where they paid Geo Listening $5,000 to monitor the social media […]

Out of Control NSA Agents Spy on Lovers, Thousands More Innocents

Those who sacrifice liberty for safety deserve neither, Benjamin Franklin famously said. That phrase seems particularly relevant since the first revelations broke about the National Security Agency’s extensive telephone and Internet spying programs. From the first, there were many people who believed the NSA was not being completely honest about the extent of its activities, […]

NSA Surveillance Broader Than Previously Admitted

I’d like to start by offering a hearty welcome to all our readers from the NSA and IRS. … The Wall Street Journal reports that the NSA surveillance dragnet is more extensive than the Obama Administration has let on previously, and is capable of monitoring about 75 percent of Internet traffic. That’s on top of […]

Terror Alert a Real Danger or Another Cover?

This is going to sound bad, but bear with me. I actually hope there is a group of terrorists planning something big against the U.S. this weekend. Not because I want anyone hurt or hate my country or love terrorists, but for the simple reason that I’m sick of being lied to by this Administration. […]

Violent Tsarnaev Photos Are Public Property While Sandy Hook Crime Scene Photos Are Secret?

Photographs of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are causing a lot of controversy—especially because one state police officer took action: “A Massachusetts state policeman was furious over Rolling Stone’s contentious new cover, which he saw as “glamorizing the face of terror”—so the “tactical photographer” yesterday released some Dzhokhar Tsarnaev photos of his own. The images, handed to Boston […]

Pelosi: Prosecute Snowden Even Though What He Leaked Isn’t True

Isn’t it interesting that people coming out to condemn Snowden as a traitor also claim that what he allegedly leaked isn’t true? How can he be a traitor for “leaking” false information? At worst, he’d be guilty of fraud. At best, he’d be no more than a prankster. If what he leaked is not true. […]

Poll Shows Most Americans Love Big Brother

Ok, so it’s a Pew Research Center poll. We’ll take it with a grain of salt. But would it really be all that surprising to find out that most people in our country are just fine with our government listening in on our phone call conversations? After all, this nation did elect Barack Obama (if […]

Why Do You Trust These Sleazoids To Protect You With Your Secrets?

Yet another scandal coming to light, including accusations of a Belgian Ambassador paying for underage sex: “A State Department whistleblower has accused high-ranking staff of a massive coverup — including keeping a lid on findings that members of then-Secretary Hillary Clinton’s security detail and the Belgian ambassador solicited prostitutes. A chief investigator for the agency’s […]