Monday, July 8, 2013

Domestic Spying: Secret FISA court decision expanded 'relevant' to include huge databases; Postal Service photographs envelopes of mail you send and receive

A former Justice Department official reveals: "In the past, mail covers were used when you had a reason to suspect someone of a crime. Now it seems to be, ‘Let’s record everyone’s mail so in the future we might go back and see who you were communicating with.’ Essentially you’ve added mail covers on millions of Americans.”
     Domestic surveillance headlines start at 4:00 in the video below; USPS revelations at the 6-minute mark.

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