04 Jul '13, 7pm

'Start taking back your privacy! Use Bitcoin, VPN, Linux' via @headhntr LATEST #R…

'Start taking back your privacy! Use Bitcoin, VPN, Linux' via @headhntr LATEST #R…

"Data is power. The government has stolen and can now analyze billions of data to know everything about you -- they're painting a picture of what you do, what you buy, who you call, where you go. This isn't just about the pizza delivery you called for. It's not just harmless meta data, as some characterize it. Government agents can use this info to infer whether you have an illness or an addiction, eye your money troubles, or gather what your religious affiliations and political activities are. They can investigate anyone for exercising their First Amendment right, and target people based on the books they read and the websites they visit,"

Full article: http://rt.com/usa/4th-amendment-nsa-protests-665/

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