Domestic Spying By Our Own Government?


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Domestic Spying By Our Own Government?

  1. 1. HOME WELCOME WHAT IS EMPOWER NETWORK? VISION LEADERSHIP SYSTEM Subscribe to RSSGET MONEY CONTACT THOMAS AMAL THOMASAMAL.COMDomestic Spying By Our Own Government?by Amal | on July 27, 2012 0 Tweet Domestic Spying By Our Own Government?In light of the recent violence throughout the country in particular in urban areas (Chicago isabsolutely ridiculous) and the obvious silence by President Obama, it looks as though the use ofdrones on the residents of this country will be prevalent and more forthcoming. Reportsinforming of these topics can be found on sites like, take a look at this article. Go Daddy!DHS wants to use spy drones domestically for ‘publicsafety’Published: 26 July, 2012, 23:41 converted by
  2. 2. Posts Ways to Obtain Money Fast With The Use Of The Internet While At HomeJanet Napolitano (T.J. Kirkpatrick / Getty Images / AFP) Tips in Increasing MotivationThe United States already uses surveillance drones on its borders, but Homeland Tips in Achieving Success in LifeSecurity Secretary Janet Napolitano said during a hearing on Wednesday that flyingunmanned aircraft inside the US could be the next step to ensuring “public safety.” The Long Wait Is Over, Let The GamesSec. Napolitano weighed in on the topic of unmanned aerial vehicles during this week’s Begin! Baseball Is Finally Here, YES!Committee on Homeland Security and suggested that implementing UAVs for domesticsurveillance could the next step in the United States’ amazingly accelerating drone program. Improving The Community WithThe Federal Aviation Administration is currently considering ground rules that will outline how the EntrepreneursFAA can govern domestic drone use, and by 2020 they expect to see 30,000 UAVs soaringthrough US airspace. Speaking before a House panel on Wednesday, though, Sec. Napolitanosuggested that deploying UAVs proactively to put an extra set over locales nowhere nearAmerica’s border may in fact be the next move. Get Started Now!“With respect to Science and Technology, that directorate, we do have a funded project,” she *Emailsaid. “I think it’s in California, looking at drones that could be utilized to give us situationalawareness in a large public safety [matter] or disaster, such as a forest fire, and how they could start nowgive us better information.”In a transcript of the secretary’s testimony made available after her address, Napolitano admitsthat the US has expanded their use or surveillance drones on America’s border with Canada inrecent years, now letting UAVs monitor 950 miles of Washington State’s boundary line.Despite growing opposition from the American public of drones largely centered over privacyobjections, the United States has continuously ramped up its drone program in recent years,both domestically and abroad. During the Hackers on Planet Earth conference in New York Cityearlier this month, activists with the Electronic Frontier Foundation said that US military nowowns around 7,500 drones, which makes up around one-third of the Air Force’s entire arsenal.“The FAA can give drone licenses to any agency that can prove that they can use them safely ,”the EFF’s Trevor Timm told the crowd. Despite dozens of permits being handed out to lawenforcement agencies and educational institutions in recent years, though, neither the securitynor safety of these aircraft are believed to have been fully examined. In just the last few weeks,a Texas professor hacked a UAV in front of representatives from the DHS and, separately, amilitary drone crash-landed just outside of Washington, D.C.Despite these incidents, the FAA and DHS are still spearheading an accelerated drone program.Given Sec. Napolitano’s latest statements, though, the domestic use of drones for proactivesurveillance could be coming more sooner than previously though. converted by
  3. 3. This is definitely something worth discussing, Big Brother is always watching, but when militarymachinery is used as surveillance domestically that’s another story. Yes the shooting in thiscountry must be squashed, but is this the answer? What’s next military states? We alreadyknow many of the expressways in major cities are actually military thorough ways. I’d muchprefer other options before making my neighborhood a place for domestic war.Everyone has an opinion or like to speak about a particular topic. Well, look how ayoung lady from the southside of Chicago became RICH doing just that, click here.Can you believe that saving money is this easy? See what I did and what you shouldalso do, here. Is there anyone that doesn’t shop? Does anyone like to make money?How about shopping and meanwhile make CASH MONEY? This is unbelievable, checkit out here.This entry was posted in Empower NetworkTags: domestic, spy« Previous Post Next Post » About The Author: Amal A former latchkey kid leading to being INDEPENDENT, self-reliant, DEDICATED follow er in my belief, FATHER of 3 men, HUSBAND, somew hat EDUCATED, filled w ith HOPE, GRATEFUL for life, HUNGRY for SUCCESS, alw ays w illing to give a helping hand, community facilitator, school board member, experienced in various industries, ENTREPRENEUR and a MAN STILL ON THE GRIND.0 comments Sign in 2 people listening + Follow Post comment as...Newest | Oldest Powered by Livefyre Company: Products: Support: converted by
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