Anyways my friend and i go looking for our dates that disappeared while this chopper keeps flying overhead for the next twenty minuted, then i realize i don't have my phone to call them and we head back to the car, get in and leave while the cop stays at the park.
I get on main road and head north, there is another cop car in front of me, i call the chick i was with and she tells me she is on the left, right as she tells me hat, the cop car in front of me turns on his spotlight and quickly shines it to the right as if listening to our phonecall.
, my friend and i both notice this and i test it out by next saying, "okay, I'm going to do a U-turn", and sure enough right as i say it, the cop car then quickly gets in the turning lane, but doesn't turn.right away just sits in the turn lane, and i notice this and refuse to do a u-turn then and keep driving straight, i then turn around a mile up the road and head back and find them a ways further down!
after experiencing this audacious attempt to invade privacy, when there is no terroristic act going on, really makes me want to destroy some shït! Hell , it makes me want to see the fall of Govt. Presidents that abuse their executive orders for personal vengeance, yet i'm not the one making illegal lying Presidential choices, Obama is, so he;s the one to blame, yet he tries to attack me for his own lying ass choices! I say impeach still!
The NSA Can Use Your iPhone To Spy On You, Expert Says:http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/12/31/nsa-iphone-spy_n_4519968.html
LONDON (AP) — A well-known privacy advocate has given the public an unusually explicit peek into the intelligence world's tool box, pulling back the curtain on the National Security Agency's arsenal of high-tech spy gear.
Independent journalist and security expert Jacob Appelbaum on Monday told a hacker conference in Germany that the NSA could turn iPhones into eavesdropping tools and use radar wave devices to harvest electronic information from computers, even if they weren't online.
Appelbaum told hundreds of computer experts gathered at Hamburg's Chaos Communications Conference that his revelations about the NSA's capabilities "are even worse than your worst nightmares."
"What I am going to show you today is wrist-slittingly depressing," he said.
Even though in the past six months there have been an unprecedented level of public scrutiny of the NSA and its methods, Appelbaum's claims — supported by what appeared to be internal NSA slideshows — still caused a stir.
One of the slides described how the NSA can plant malicious software onto Apple Inc.'s iPhone, giving American intelligence agents the ability to turn the popular smartphone into a pocket-sized spy.
"Apple has never worked with the NSA to create a backdoor in any of our products, including iPhone," the company said in a statement to AllThingsD. "Additionally, we have been unaware of this alleged NSA program targeting our products."
Another slide showcased a futuristic-sounding device described as a "portable continuous wave generator," a remote-controlled device which — when paired with tiny electronic implants — can bounce invisible waves of energy off keyboards and monitors to see what is being typed, even if the target device isn't connected to the Internet.
A third slide showcased a piece of equipment called NIGHTSTAND, which can tamper with wireless Internet connections from up to 8 miles (13 kilometers) away.
An NSA spokeswoman, Vanee Vines, said that she wasn't aware of Appelbaum's presentation, but that in general should would not comment on "alleged foreign intelligence activities."
"As we've said before, NSA's focus is on targeting the communications of valid foreign intelligence targets — not on collecting and exploiting a class of communications or services that would sweep up communications that are not of bona fide foreign intelligence interest to the U.S. government."
The documents included in Appelbaum's presentation were first published by German magazine Der Spiegel on Sunday and Monday.
Appelbaum and Der Spiegel have both played an important role in the disclosures of NSA leaker Edward Snowden, but neither has clarified whether the most recent set of slides came from Snowden.
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Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.)
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said the court order for telephone records was part of a three-month renewal of an ongoing practice, the Associated Press reported.
"It’s called protecting America," Feinstein said at a Capitol Hill news conference.
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Sucks we have a pres that doesn't believe in "GOD"!