“7 Jun 2013: • Top-secret Prism program claims direct access to servers of firms including Google, Apple and Facebook”
A headline from June 7th reveals that pretty much every thou do online is known by your government, period. No escaping it. If there’s anything you don’t want to be known, then don’t post it, email it, tweet it or anything else. Each of these companies, regardless of what their public relations spokesperson says, will turn over your information to the government with the drop of a hat, if they haven’t already set up permanent funnel to them already.
At some point, expect to receive a bill from the IRS for sales tax because you posted on twitter that you got this great deal on something you bought on Craigslist.
Don’t be surprised when you receive a speeding ticket directly from the dept of transportation because you phones locatin data was correlated to show that you got from point A to point B quicker than the speed limit would allow.
The opportunities are limitless for gov’t intrusion and make no mistake, just like a corporation, the gov’t is an autonomous entity that will do whatever it needs to do to ensure its growth and survival.