Saturday, July 23, 2005

Did you make the list?

You'll never know until they won't let you on the airplane. This speaks for itself.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Transportation Security Administration violated privacy protections by secretly collecting personal information on at least 250,000 people, congressional investigators said Friday.

The Government Accountability Office sent a letter to Congress saying the collection violated the Privacy Act, which prohibits the government from compiling information on people without their knowledge.

The GAO reported that about 100 million records were collected.
And as we all know, once you're on the list there appears to be no way to get off it, nor will anyone tell you why you're on it, although there does seem to be a preponderance of political activists who are being snared by this trap if you look at the anecdotal evidence. Your Homeland Security at work. Keeping the government safe from Americans.
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