posted on Jun, 30 2013 @ 05:00 PM
After thinking about it, I think the N.S.A. should be keeping all of our phone records and data in unopened containers for later use. Feel free to
However, in order to be opened, the data would need to have probable cause, a warrant, etc.
Think of it this way. My friend and I have been working on a prototype device for around 3-5 years now, and one of the companies we worked with
violated our Non-Disclosure Agreement and has proceeded to pursue the technology themselves -
Technology that, when we were working on it, was of the kind where other scientists scoffed and insulted us for it.
Why can't we get the phone records and e-mail records in order to hold the other business accountable for their actions, exactly? Or can we? Or is
this a situation where we know they did something wrong but it's a game of hide-and-seek? Or is it better just to play nice?
What do you guys think? Should the N.S.A. get involved in criminal or civil corporate and political proceedings, if a third party approaches them for
access to their data?
edit on 30-6-2013 by darkbake because: (no reason given)
edit on 30-6-2013 by darkbake because: (no