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Thread: Director of National Intelligence Gains New Powers, Expands Datamining of US Citizens

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    Herr Heckler Koch
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    Director of National Intelligence Gains New Powers, Expands Datamining of US Citizens

    https://epic.org/privacy/profiling/2...Guidelines.pdf scanned 03/22/12 32 pages

    https://epic.org/2012/03/director-of...intellige.html
    Quote Originally Posted by EPIC
    Under revised guidelines for the National Counterterrorism Center, the intelligence agency officials will be able to profile and track American citizens, suspected of no crime, for up to five years. The change represents a dramatic expansion of government surveillance and appears to violate the Privacy Act of 1974, which limits data exchanges across federal agencies and establishes legal rights for US citizens. In 2003, Congress put an end to a similar program.

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    Why do you speak in oxymorons?
    If the Director is working for Obama or one of Obama's cabinet.. there is no intelligence involved.

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