Print

News >> Browse Articles >> Law Enforcement News

-4

Dept. of Homeland Security: Laptops, Phones Can Be Searched Based on Hunches

Article Submitted by :
Ericm60_max50

cakdep1

about 1 year ago

4389 articles submitted

Source: CBS DC


June 07, 2013


Read Article


-4
  • Ericm60_max50

    cakdep1

    about 1 year ago

    3168 Comments

    With all this surveillance we still have Political corruption and people breaking the laws in Public office politicians are always on the phone to their staff! Hipocracy! We allow our Congress and Senate to oversee themselves!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52wis_sLT1I official trailer

  • 582602_3283682777720_334551836_n_max50

    LanaNJ

    about 1 year ago

    6948 Comments

    Mass Surveillance, the timeline. If anyone's interested.
    http://projects.propublica.org/graphics/surveillance-timeline

  • 582602_3283682777720_334551836_n_max50

    LanaNJ

    about 1 year ago

    6948 Comments

    So maybe in October of 2001, the ACLU was on to something when they fought to abolish parts of the Patriot Act?

    While I agree there's WAY too much Government Intrusion and ALL elected officials have abused their power in one some way(i.e Patriot Act-10/26/01, I do think there's valid reasons why the Gov can't practice full disclosure when fighting the 'War' on Terrorism.

    If that were so, I could see someone like Geraldo Riveria at large, televising things like:
    ~The Military's battle plans for the week in Afghanistan.
    ~A detailed description of what's going on along the Pakistani borders.
    ~ A Map of all Naval movements in the Persian Gulf.
    ~A breakdown on our allies Military plans for the week.
    ~Video access to current "real time" of Police and Military.
    ~Disclose State and Local Governments use of speed traps and Officer locations, and so on.

    Any-who, I'm not comfortable with the amount of Government invasion into our privacy post Patriot Act, but I'm not going to get all rattled up. Perhaps I'll just ask a friend of mine who happens to do wiring for Verizon if he's secretly working with the NSA to pick up my phone conversations , then I'll worry.

    "Hey Tony, can hear me now?" C'mon, just tell me!! lmao

  • Female_bodysurfer_max50

    MarlyB

    about 1 year ago

    5012 Comments

    Reasonable suspicion is supposed to rank higher than a mere hunch. Americans' Fourth Amendment guarantees should not be abrogated because twenty-six and a half hairs stood up on the back of somebody's neck.

  • Caduceus_max50

    headbrer

    about 1 year ago

    5490 Comments

    Where is J. Edgar Hoover when you need him? -- Doc

  • Suit_max50

    cmm07r

    about 1 year ago

    1030 Comments

    How does this not violate the 4th? Well at least we know who will have the largest collection of "adult material". I vaguely remembering something like this happening in my history books (with current stuff at that time respectively)...it didn't work out with sunshine and rainbows for them.

PoliceLink School Finder

Save time in your search for a criminal justice degree program. Use PoliceLink's School Finder to locate schools online and in your area.

Get Info

* In the event that we cannot find a program from one of our partner schools that matches your specific area of interest, we may show schools with similar or unrelated programs.

Recent Activity

100_1750_max30
KCecala gave a thumbs up to The Post "Where Have All the YaYas Gone ??", 14 minutes ago.
100_1750_max30
KCecala gave a thumbs up to The Post "Where Have All the YaYas Gone ??", 14 minutes ago.
Copy_of_oct3_2012_max30
LadyG gave a thumbs up to The Photo "Cruise 2014", 16 minutes ago.
Img_20130505_135233_400_max30
SamHarris commented on: "Arnita Bristol", 17 minutes ago.
Photo_user_blank_big
Swannie256 received the quiz result of "51-75% correct", 29 minutes ago.