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Big Bro is Watching YOU! Court OKs Warrantless Wiretapping. Army Tests Spy Blimp. State-of-Art Surveillance System in NYC

 
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Big Bro is Watching YOU! Court OKs Warrantless Wiretapping. Army Tests Spy Blimp. State-of-Art Surveillance System in NYC
The federal government may spy on Americans’ communications without warrants and without fear of being sued, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday in a decision reversing the first and only case that successfully challenged President George W. Bush’s once-secret Terrorist Surveillance Program.

“This case effectively brings to an end the plaintiffs’ ongoing attempts to hold the executive branch responsible for intercepting telephone conversations without judicial authorization,” a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals wrote.

[link to www.ca9.uscourts.gov]

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Re: Big Bro is Watching YOU! Court OKs Warrantless Wiretapping. Army Tests Spy Blimp. State-of-Art Surveillance System in NYC
The Army is testing its $517 million spy blimp in the skies over the New Jersey military base where the German airship Hindenburg crashed in 1937.

The Long Endurance Multi-Intelligence Vehicle spent more than 90 minutes around Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in Ocean County on Tuesday.

[link to www.nbcnewyork.com]
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Re: Big Bro is Watching YOU! Court OKs Warrantless Wiretapping. Army Tests Spy Blimp. State-of-Art Surveillance System in NYC
It's called the Domain Awareness System: 3,000 CCTV cameras positioned around Manhattan, a computer database that can track a particular car's whereabouts for the past several months, and a network of radiation scanners. For New York City, the future of surveillance is here—and, according to an NYPD press conference on Wednesday, it's been here for the past six months.

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