posted on Jul, 15 2010 @ 12:16 PM
Lol.. you're over there saying to yourself, "what in the hell is this lunatic talking about now? ORDERING PIZZA!?"...
yup, that's right... This is a thread that talks about your security over the telephone, even while ordiering a simple pizza.
The ACLU has begun a database that exposes the rise of the police state in America, and it's filled with reports on eavesdropping and privacy
intrusions by the federal government and other "authorities", who in turn have filed the information gleened from you into neat little shiny
Here's a related thread:
ACLU's New Online Police State Database
The ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) has grown from a grass roots effort by a couple of lawyers in fighting against the threat of Government
Abuses to a Politically Charged powerhouse with chapters in every state, and offices in every major city. They are the fine fight that washington
hates, but authorities respect. That's why I'm an ACLU dues paying, Card Carrying member. It's like the American Express Card - Don't Leave Home
One item in particular that the ACLU hilights on thier site is how a simple phonecall ordering pizza has a potential of robbing you in more way than
one. I invite folks to take a look at the potential abuse that ordering a simple delivery pizza can have an impact on you!
Thank you for calling Pizza Spy, how can we incarcerate you?
Excerpt from the ACLU Website:
Government programs and private-sector data collection are destroying our privacy, pushing us towards a 24-hour surveillance society.
We are facing a flood of powerful new technologies that expand the potential for centralized monitoring, an executive branch aggressively seeking new
powers to spy on citizens, a docile Congress and courts, as well as a cadre of mega-corporations that are willing to become extensions of the
surveillance state. We confront the possibility of a dark future where our every move, our every transaction, our every communication is recorded,
compiled, and stored away, ready for access by the authorities whenever they want.
[edit on 7/15/2010 by Megiddodiddo]