June 16, 2024

Government Surveillance Reform Act of 2023 Seeks to End Warrantless Police and FBI Spying


In this November 7, 2023 article published by Wired, Dell Cameron discusses the new initiatives to limit government spying on American citizens. According to Cameron, a group of legislators have introduced the Government Surveillance Reform Act of 2023 (GSRA), a 200-page bill that aims to restore warrant protections and stop US intelligence agencies from surveilling citizens without judicial review.

Editor’s Note: This article is ultimate proof that US intelligence agencies are abusing their authority by collecting data on both Americans and foreigners. It is a testament to the depth and width of government surveillance on unsuspecting citizens.

If this was for national security, then who is surveilling the surveillers? Who uses the data on unerring citizens? Why has the US government taken this long to file a bill curtailing the unprecedented powers of the US intelligence agencies?

While this article focuses mainly on the US, the reality is that the US and other Western countries have the technology to spy on other countries, including the Philippines. There is no GSRA to protect us, and our very own government is eager to transition us to “digital governance” where all our data can be readily accessed both by legitimate agencies, as well as hackers. [Read Hackers Defacing Website of House of Representatives Shows Philippines Not Ready For Digitalization, Over 1M Records from PNP, NBI, Other State Agencies Compromised in Unprecedented Data Breach, Philhealth Data Breach: Medusa Group Threatens to Release Member Data If US $300,000 Is Not Paid].

The question now is: how do we protect ourselves and our data? [Read Big Tech is helping transhumanists collect your data and influence your minds, this is how you fight back for some ideas].

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