By Ralph Barker Written on Tuesday, November 27, 2012
"No one likes to see a government folder with his name on it.”― Stephen King, Firestarter
In the near future you may be sharing your emails, social media, and other communications with a lot of uninvited people. There are rumblings on Capitol Hill this week about a new bill that would pretty much, if passed, destroy any remaining sense of privacy on the Internet. Big Brother could become your new surfing buddy. Keep your eye on the Senate this Thursday for developments.
Privacy used to mean something in America. Privacy was something that was zealously protected and cherished. The courts in past decades sided with the people in most cases and understood why one’s privacy must be protected. It is an American principle, an important one. Things have changed and our right to be left alone and private is eroding quickly. To Read More……