Privacy in the USA

We no longer have privacy in the USA.
Find out why.

  • Privacy is not just for criminals and terrorists.   Privacy IS traditional Americana.
  • The Privacy Act Statements on government forms usually (almost always) lie to you. This is a theme in many of my essays. Don’t be fooled.
Legislative History of the Privacy Act excerpt from page 6963 shows that Congress requires the specific word “mandatory”. Agencies often use the word required to evade the law. 

Big Brother is watching you.  You can run but you cannot hide anymore.  Read more in my essay on anti-privacy technology. More…

Nazi Germany demanded “Your travel papers please.” And now America is no different.
  •  After we defeated the Nazi government who demanded IDs from everyone — The U.S. Supreme Court kept repeating over and over again that identification papers are abhorrent in the United States.  Details are in my book on Identification Credentials.
  • Back in 1948 it was understood that governments worldwide protect everyone’s privacy. Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 12:

    No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks.

  •  U.S. Passports and State Driver Licenses are owned by foreign corporations.
    L1 Identity Systems, Inc.  provides equipment and software used to produce State licenses and U.S. Passports that meet all global standards.  L1 is owned by a French company, Safran, that is one-third owned by the French government. Your biometric data and proof of allegiance (as collateral for the national debt) is now partially owned by the European Union. Welcome to your Novus Ordo Seclorum.
  • My book on the Census explains just one intrusion into your life. If you don’t understand the outrage over a simple form, then you don’t understand privacy.

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