Tag Archives: Privacy

Jill Kelley’s Account of How the Government Spied On Her Amid The Petraeus Scandal

It has been a full year since federal agents snooped through the private emails of my husband and me, setting in motion a series of events that ultimately led to the resignations of Central Intelligence Agency Director David Petraeus and Gen. John Allen, the commander of coalition forces in Afghanistan. The anniversary is a somber reminder of the unintended consequences and harsh realities that can result from unrestrained government probing into Americans' personal communications...

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Healthcare.gov’s Secret: Applicants Surrender Right to Privacy

During Thursday's congressional hearing with the contractors responsible for building the troubled ObamaCare federal exchanges, we learned that whether you end up enrolling in ObamaCare or not, no one who puts any information into the ObamaCare website can expect to have their privacy protected. Moreover, the fact that you are giving up your right to privacy is hidden in source codethat reads, "You have no reasonable expectation of privacy regarding any communication of any data transmitted or stored on this information system."...

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