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Stephen Kruiser


August 13, 2013 - 6:30 pm

Awash in duh

If you happen to be one of the 400 million people who use Google’s Gmail service for sending and receiving emails, you shouldn’t have any expectation of privacy, according to a court briefing obtained by the Consumer Watchdog website.
In a motion filed last month by Google to have a class action complaint dismissed, Google’s lawyers reference a 1979 ruling, holding that people who turn over information to third parties shouldn’t expect that information to remain private.

The recent revelations of our beloved government’s surveillance antics have everyone on edge but we all should have started being careful long before now. Our digital lifestyles make our information extremely vulnerable and it is often best to assume someone is trying to hack you all of the time.

Of course, you can have some fun with it too and put some erroneous or scandalous stuff out there too, just to get those NSA subcontractor nerds blushing.

Stephen Kruiser is a professional comedian and writer who has also been a conservative political activist for over two decades. A co-founder of the first Los Angeles Tea Party, Kruiser often speaks to grassroots groups around America and has had the great honor of traveling around the world entertaining U.S. troops.

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In Pyongyang on the Potomac, freedom is a problem; the Constitution is an obstacle, and a desire for privacy is evidence of wrongdoing.
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Google and Facebook: two things I live without.
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Apparently, Americans shouldn't have any expectation of privacy anywhere, at any time. Not with the Federal government in the hands of the Obama regime.
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