Archive for August 26th, 2010

Time to say bon voyage to gov’t voyeurs

August 26, 2010

“I’ve got nothing to hide.” When the American ideal of individual liberty is laid to rest in the graveyard of the Nanny State, that phrase should be on the tombstone. It’s the refrain of every self-deluded citizen who abandons freedom in pursuit of security.

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Chaffetz: Mobile scanners invade privacy

August 26, 2010

“Americans have a reasonable expectation for a degree of privacy,” he said. “I can’t imagine that that is legal and lawful. If (it is), then we’re going to have to change the law.”

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Skeletal Scans Explored For Crime Fighting

August 26, 2010

Add biometrics of people’s bone structures to the list of methods considered for identifying terrorists, criminals, or trusted individuals.

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