Larry Bodine, editor-in-chief of Lawyers.com, reports this is America, one nation under surveillance.
Many of you have heard about government spying on U.S. citizens, but aren’t worried about it, because you’re not doing anything wrong. At least not yet.
A lot of us start our day by checking our email and visiting websites in the morning. Whom you contact and where you visit is all monitored by the National Security Agency. No search warrant is required.
When you call someone on a landline, both phone numbers and the time are recorded, but you may be cool with that.
It may not bother you when you sending a friend a text to meet them for coffee. Whom and when you text is also monitored.
As you drive to work or to shop, police license plate readers keep track of where you go and when you were there. It’s possible to construct a complete map of where you travel – before you’ve done something wrong.
Some say that the art of letter writing is dead, but the Post Office doesn’t think so. Computers take a photograph of every piece of paper mail.