Every day when a person uses Google, Yahoo, either company’s email system, or associated free software, etc., their privacy is “violated” to a larger degree than what the NSA is doing with phone records.
That’s a simple reality. Why aren’t people upset about Google, which is now one of the largest corporations in the world? And a company, we might add, that is in full cooperation with the ChiComm overlords in Beijing.
This is how powerful Google’s software and algorithms are: if you are using their service at a Wi-Fi hotspot, they can actually monitor your location and send you personalized advertising to steer you to services and businesses within a three block radius.
The NSA isn’t doing that. And what the NSA is doing is saving lives, unlike Google, which is just making a buck. Perhaps we should be worried about other things beyond the NSA.
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