Category Archives: Privacy

Now I understand why traditional banking is dying and Bitcoin is surging

As background, I’m on page 63 of a terrific book published in 2016 entitled, “The Internet of Money“, by Andreas M. Antonopoulos.  Read it if you want to know what is going on around you – about everything.  Great, quick … Continue reading

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Why should you care if the government can store your phone records and email?

Are you bothered by the recent news about the incredible level of snooping being done by the U.S. Government?  What exactly is the problem? “The NSA has built an infrastructure that allows it to intercept almost everything. If I wanted … Continue reading

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TSA Abuses: Open Letter to My Congressman and Senators

As they say, if you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem. I want to be part of the solution and I expect you as my Representative to stand up and ensure that my rights and those of my family are protected. I ask that you uphold your oath of office and preserve and defend the Constitution of the United States. Thank you.
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When Should We Produce Personal Identification?

Geez – many would say we have bigger things to worry about! But Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) say the risk is so great that they have introduced bi-partisan legislation requiring consumers to produce identification before buying prepaid cell phones. While our country goes bankrupt and the southern States struggle with securing their borders, our U.S. Senators are spending their time drafting and pushing worthless laws that only restrict your freedoms and do nothing to reduce crime or terrorism. Continue reading

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