September 11, 2018
You Will be Assimilated. Resistance is Futile.
And recently, the FBI requested a real-time location data stream on a number of private citizens — from Google.
Normally, the U.S. Constitution prevents the invasion of privacy for American citizens.
That’s the 4th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, and it states very clearly (emphasis mine):
The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
But in 2018, the U.S. Constitution must not mean much.
According to a Forbes report, in a historic “privacy-grab” while investigating a spate of armed robberies, the FBI made a gargantuan request of Google that included private citizens who did nothing wrong.
Forbes explains the unprecedented violation of the U.S. 4th Amendment by the FBI’s request of Google:
The feds wanted the tech giant to find all users of its services who’d been within the vicinity of at least two of nine of those robberies. They limited the search to within 30-minute time frames around when the crimes were committed. But the request covered a total space of 45 hectares and could’ve included anyone with an Android or iPhone using Google’s tools, not just the suspect.
If you had walked through this area in the time frames allotted, you may have been a suspect, without your knowledge or any violation of the law.
This is exactly the kind of search the U.S. Constitution was written to protect against. The FBI, simply by making the request, may be directly violating a long-standing part of America’s legal foundation.
Even if the FBI “needed help” finding criminals, the mindless “data grab” of innocent citizens who were traveling through that 45 hectare area isn’t allowed in the U.S.
I’m not a U.S. citizen, but I’m still shaking in my boots.
If you had an Android phone and were in the area, whatever Google had on you may have been handed over to the Feds — although Google has not revealed what type of data (if any) was handed over per the FBI request.
Their attitude is “resistance is futile,” because they want their Orwellian future to come to reality. And apparently, the FBI is there to help.
So when Google or any U.S. Government agency says “Trust Us” with your real-time location data, and doubles down by stating they “aren’t” violating your 4th Amendment rights… just say no.
Because if you give them an inch, they will take a mile. You can count on that.
Bottom line… your private life is an open book that any Government agency or individual with cheap technology can exploit.
With just a few clicks, a phone call, and a few dollars almost everything someone wants to find out about you can quickly be put together into a complete file.
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