Bush Quietly "Repeals" Major Privacy Law
Posted on Thu Jan 11, 2007 at 11:43:23 AM EST
Tags: george w. bush, privacy, civil rights, war on terror (all tags)
Bush is fed up with hearing how his actions and policies violate our privacy rights. True to Bush's Orwellian worldview, his answer is to create a privacy board to ostensibly protect our rights. In reality, it is Mr. Decider who controls the privacy board so that his interpretation of laws will determine how and if our rights are actually protected by more than shallow words. It is the implementation of these interpretations which will chip away through the backdoor or repeal/amend our privacy rights under federal law. The chipping has already started.
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