I don't like that one bit.
Funny, the document company that prepared this ...
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So, if the gov't "thinks" you're a domestic or international terrorist (and what a broad term that
is!), according to this draft they're
to have access to every bit of your current and past personal life, and can use a million different ways to monitor you.
While I can see in certain, very narrowly defined, circumstances how P2 could help ferret out actual threats to American lives ... the definitions in
this document are just too broad to make me feel secure that the gov't won't poke into my life, or the life of any other free thinker in this
I call shenanigans.