Sh@tholeGate is a DISTRACTION – Sec 702 is the STORY

“The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” 4th amendment

Sh@tholeGate is a DISTRACTION. Section 702, “Incidental collection” and the privatization of the total surveillance state is the story.

Quotes and reference links after the break

“On Thursday, the Obama administration finalized new rules that allow the National Security Agency to share information it gleans from its vast international surveillance apparatus with the 16 other agencies that make up the U.S. intelligence community.

With the new changes, which were long in the works, those agencies can apply for access to various feeds of raw, undoctored NSA intelligence. Analysts will then be able to sift through the contents of those feeds as they see fit, before implementing required privacy protections. Previously, the NSA applied those privacy protections itself, before forwarding select pieces of information to agencies that might need to see them.

The updated procedures will multiply the number of intelligence analysts who have access to NSA surveillance, which is captured in large quantities and often isn’t subject to warrant requirements….

changes may subject more Americans to warrantless surveillanceThe Atlantic Jan. 13th 2017

“Intelligence agencies other than the NSA will have to provide justification for why they need access to that data. It can only be for foreign intelligence, or other enumerated purposes. So it’s not that those agencies will just be able to see whatever they want—it’s that they will be able to request, with particular justifications, access to more raw signals intelligence than they had before. Then, they will need to apply those minimization procedures for themselves.

The civil-liberties concern often surrounds the use of incidentally collected information. Under the new rule, the FBI could not obtain access to or search raw intelligence information for ordinary criminals in an ordinary criminal investigation against a U.S. person. However, if the FBI incidentally seized evidence of a crime, they are allowed to use that information. So that tends to be where the tension is for people who are concerned with the potential impacts that this change could have on U.S. persons.” Susan Hennessey previously an attorney in the NSA general counsel’s office

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4 Responses

  1. for once, I am glad I can’t afford those phones and things…..
    and I will try to keep it that way……
    scary world… used to be that privacy was respected …. it is a built in part of your ‘self’ that keeps you unique …. a private part of you… your home is private…. secluded.. safe…..
    you are no longer just defending your country … now you are trying to defend your home against privacy-invaders. .. we live in a fish bowl?
    With a hook hanging in… ?
    good video, Scott…..

  2. Tubby the Grifter also gave those TBTF banks a Get out of Jail free card when he passed on prosecuting them for fraud. Like the Deutsche Bank he owes 300 million to.

    Gotta keep the marks distracted so the pickpockets can do their dirty work.

  3. It’s kind of a distraction, and kind of not. It still gives us an insight into the mind of the Trump. Regardless of the Republicans saying that he isn’t racist, he is. His Charlottesville thing showed it to the world, and this just reiterates it. His father was in the KKK for god’s sake. Like father, like son.

    It would be nice if the MSM did report on maybe more important things such as you report. But reporting on the “sh*thole” incident may bring his Trumpness down quicker, and I believe that that would be a good thing.

    So it’s a good thing, and in a way, a bad thing. Life is like that, unfortunately.

    Am watching out for Bannon, next week. Maybe going in front of the Intelligence Committee. That will be fun. Maybe we’ll see some revenge against Trump, and the Mercers. Interesting times ahead. And, yes, the Russiagate thing is real … regardless of what you think …

  4. I agree that the rolling over of our Fourth Amendment is a very serious matter. Glad to see your concern. It shows that America still lives.

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