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Comment: Re:What's the big deal? (Score 1) 179

by WiJO (#15544424) Attached to: Government Adds Consumer Databases To Mining Queries
You are asking the legislature and executive branches of government to pass bills into law which would limit their power.
I think he was referring to placing limitations on civilian use of data. The U.S. government would still have its normal power to collect information tracking your every thought, word and deed.
The U.S. government has already proven that it cannot be trusted with information. If it isn't being used in a potentially unconsitutional data-mining operation, it's being lost by idiot bureaucrats.

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