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The Internet and Government Snooping

I am at a crossroads.  The government is looking into being able to get a subpoena for things like IMs, e-mails, and social networking sites like Facebook and Myspace. I don’t have a problem with it personally.  I am a candidate for the President of the United States.  As a candidate for President, I believe that it is important to be open about everything.

There is a privacy issue also.  Many are you are not running for President.  People want their lives private.  While it’s important for the government to track down terrorists and criminals, the government has no business in any other information like if the criminal or terrorist is a cross-dresser or a bed-wetter.  I don’t want to hear about it in the news either.  I don’t want to know that the only reason John McCain picked Sarah Palin as his running mate is because they met through AdultFriendFinder.com.

It’s one thing to track down somebody who intends to cause harm.  It’s another thing to go after people who have pornography on their computers (I plead the Fifth) or have downloaded bootleg copies of “The Golden Girls – Season 4”.  Those people need to be left alone.

May 6, 2010 - Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, editorial, humor, satire | , , , , , , , , ,

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  2. I feel that when you sign on to the internet or talk on cell phones, you are giving up your right to privacy. You are out there blabbing for the world to hear, it goes without saying the government is going to listen as well.

    Comment by yellowcat | May 6, 2010

  3. Yellow, I would agree with chat rooms or those cell phone / walkie-talkies. But why would you lose privacy with a cell phone but not with a land line phone? Phone sex is OK on land-line, but open to the public with a cell phone?

    I don’t mean to ask questions like this, I just want to make sure I am understanding what you are saying.

    Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | May 6, 2010

  4. When people come in the restaurant and blab on their cell phones, they lose their right to privacy. Likewise, if I’m walking through Wal-Mart talking about my wild night of table dancing, I’ve lost my right to privacy. A land line is in the privacy of your own home, so therefore it should be private. Once you take your phone out in public, expect that everyone is listening. Once you open your mouth on the internet, expect that everyone is listening.

    Comment by yellowcat | May 7, 2010

  5. I don’t have a land line anymore. I use my cell phone at home.

    Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | May 8, 2010


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