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The FreedomCast - Episode 45 - NSA Collecting Phone Data and Your Privacy with Andrew Grossman
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The FreedomCast - Episode 45 - NSA Collecting Phone Data and Your Privacy with Andrew Grossman

On today’s edition of the FreedomCast, legal scholar for the Heritage foundation and litigator, Andrew Grossman joins me to discuss the latest on the NSA phone data scandal, your rights in an increasingly technological world and why “Orwellian” seems to be the new buzzword. Related links:   

06/06/2013
Keep the IRS Off Your Health Care
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Keep the IRS Off Your Health Care

Rough week for the White House, huh? Trying to keep up with all these scandals is like drinking from a firehose and every day the water rushes out faster. And how did Obama respond to the right, left and center calling out his seemingly lawless behavior? With arrogance, of course.

05/17/2013
Tell Your Senators to Stop the Government from Reading Your Emails!
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Tell Your Senators to Stop the Government from Reading Your Emails!

Dear FreedomWorks member,

04/23/2013
Email, Big Government and the War on Privacy
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Email, Big Government and the War on Privacy

Finally, I cleaned out my Gmail inbox, one of the several email accounts I own. Since I rarely login to this particular service, there was a digital pile of 782 unread messages waiting for the delete button.

03/13/2013
Who's Reading Your Email?
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Who's Reading Your Email?

It's been a rough day so the boss lets you head home early. As you near your house, you see an unmarked van idling in your driveway. You park on the street and carefully open your front door to find a team of government agents digging through your bookcases, file drawers and medicine cabinets. Mail is scattered everywhere.“Who are you and what are you doing?” you ask.“Oh… you weren’t supposed to know about this,” the bureaucrat replies. “You never interrupted us before. Get off work early?”“But what are you looking for?”

02/27/2013
Urgent: Call to Protect Privacy in Oklahoma
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Urgent: Call to Protect Privacy in Oklahoma

FreedomWorks  has been closely watching the REAL ID battle in Oklahoma and other states like South Carolina.  Representative Dr. Mike Ritze has three bills ready to go that will help protect the privacy of Oklahoma citizens.  The bills protect sensitive personal information on Oklahoma citizens, stop REAL ID and enhanced driver's license implementation.

02/23/2009
That's the Way the Cookie Crumbles
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That's the Way the Cookie Crumbles

Peter Swire of the Center for American Progress is urging Congress to enact technical measures that enable users to opt out of online cookies—typically invisible and unobtrusive digital trackers which send information about a user's behavior back to their hosts. This isn't a new thing for Swire; previously, he's complained that current technologies used to block tracking cookies are too difficult. But what's worth noting here is the Center for American Progress's own policy on cookies:

04/28/2008

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