Sheeple renounce 4th amendment

People were not upset to learn that the government might be tracking their telephone calls, Facebook posts and Yahoo accounts. The news that the government might be looking in too was often something short of a surprise. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/08/us/many-americans-appear-resigned-to-surveillance.html
“If people think the government hasn’t been monitoring whatever they want to, whenever they want to they are sorely mistaken.”
“It’s very Orwellian. It shows that you give them a little bit, and they’ll take it as far as they can.”

“To be completely honest, it’s almost scary to think that the government, especially the U.S. government, which is seen throughout the world as a protector of our freedom, is doing this,”

“a blatant disregard for our constitutional rights.” “They don’t need to know at all times what we’re doing, I avoid certain apps because of this reason. I never check-in on Facebook. I don’t use OnStar. I don’t think it’s the government’s business to know.”

“I don’t think it’s what most of us thought was going on, and it’s not something that I, personally, feel should be happening.”

“Your habits and activities are being watched. I already assume that Google is tracking everything I do.”

“I expected a change in domestic surveillance from the Bush administration, so this is really disappointing.”

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