Thursday, June 22, 2006

Stolen personal data...not "accidental"

Stolen personal identification: this is not an accident, nor a random crime. This is a concerted plan to gather information on hundreds of millions of Americans for a private database, thus avoiding embarrassing questions of Constitutional legality. Then the government accepts this data, no problem. Except maybe the CITIZENS OF THE FORMERLY FREE AMERICA.

Look at how many ‘accidental’ incidents of stolen data there are. Sooner or later one must allow for the possibility that datamining is not ‘accidental’ theft but…deliberate. Money talks. Data walks.

I am particularly angry about the theft of personal data of our soldiers/sailors/veterans. [G**d*** them for preying on OUR MILITARY who are serving our nation with their very lives.]

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