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NIGHTMARE SCENARIO: Government Secretly Piling Up ALL of Your Data to Blackmail You into Submission

Unless you’ve been living under or a rock or are new here, you know that the Federal Government has been weaponized by Joe Biden, Merrick Garland and the rest of the insidious Democrats and cannot be trusted, which makes this new report revealing that the feds have been secretly stockpiling EVERY DIRTY DETAIL about average American’s lives that much more disturbing!

According to Wired, the U.S. Government has been buying up all the information on American citizens they can get their hands on. The government is taking our own tax dollars and buying dirt on us from 3rd party data providers in what experts are calling out as a complete “nightmare scenario.”

The report suggests that the federal government has been secretly stockpiling a “large amount” of “sensitive and intimate information” on every single one of us.

 

We now know this thanks to the declassification of a report provided directly to Director of National Intelligence Avril Haines by a group of senior advisers – which was never meant for the public to see.

“This report reveals what we feared most,” attorney Sean Vitka of the Demand Progress nonprofit said. “Intelligence agencies are flouting the law and buying information about Americans that Congress and the Supreme Court have made clear the government should not have.”

A growingly oppressive federal government is taking advantage of aging laws to circumvent any privacy laws which still protect Americans.

“I’ve been warning for years that if using a credit card to buy an American’s personal information voids their Fourth Amendment rights, then traditional checks and balances for government surveillance will crumble,” according to Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR).

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) was forced to release the report after a battle with the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) over various related documents.

“This report makes it clear that the government continues to think it can buy its way out of constitutional protections using taxpayers’ own money,” said EPIC law fellow, Chris Baumohl.

“Congress must tackle the government’s data broker pipeline this year, before it considers any reauthorization of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act,” he said.

Even the ODNI’s own panel of advisers ADMIT that the government’s shady interpretation of what is “publicly available information” poses a significant threat to the public.

The information being commercially sold about Americans today is “more revealing, available on more people (in bulk), less possible to avoid, and less well understood” than that which is traditionally thought of as being “publicly available” – and the feds are taking advantage of that.

One of the most disturbing revelations to come out of this however is that the government seems to think they can constantly keep track of where Americans are via their cellphones – WITHOUT A WARRANT.

This means they believe it’s completely appropriate for them to track innocent Americans for absolutely no reason at all.

The report goes on to state that it’s easy for the feds to “deanonymize and identify individuals” based on data that was originally been anonymized prior to its commercial sale. The data can help them do things like “identify every person who attended a protest or rally based on their smartphone location or ad-tracking records,” posing serious civil liberty concerns over how “large quantities of nominally ‘public’ information can result in sensitive aggregations.”

According to the ODNI, this data “in the wrong hands” could be used against Americans “facilitate blackmail, stalking, harassment, and public shaming” – except it already IS in the wrong hands and this is already happening.

Our tyrannical federal government – which admittedly detests conservatives – is spying on every single aspect of our lives and they fully intend to use this private data against us whenever it benefits them.


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