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Joelwdonnal  (Level: 121.6 - Posts: 268)
Fri, 2nd Jun '06 2:19 PM


Our thought is - if you don't have anything to hide why should you be so concern. I used to work for a security organization that is able to find out anything about you they wanted to and a very little cost - so don't think you "private" life is really private". Just don't give anybody something to get you on and you will be okay.

Maurlin  (Level: 220.5 - Posts: 2707)
Fri, 2nd Jun '06 4:18 PM

My thought is that it can be just the first step to so many intrusive things. Since there is really no need for it...why do it. I want the freedom to remain private if I choose to.

Opiated  (Level: 181.2 - Posts: 18)
Fri, 2nd Jun '06 4:22 PM

My thoughts on who bugging my phone?

Tuzilla  (Level: 144.4 - Posts: 3839)
Fri, 2nd Jun '06 7:53 PM

The reason this country is great is the freedoms granted in the constitution, which were put there for ALL to use and enjoy, not to be locked up, horded, usurped by an overzealous government to be doled out in carefully meted doses on an as needed basis.

Phitzy1  (Level: 66.4 - Posts: 873)
Sat, 10th Jun '06 3:17 PM

Everyone has something about their lives that is not to be shared. Privacy should be respected. I have a strong dislike for our current administration and frequently say off the cuff remarks to friends while on the phone...Does this mean that if it is deemed "threatening" to National Security that I get a one way ticket to GitMo? My remarks are between me and whoever I care to let in on them, and last time I checked, noone I know worked for the CIA

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