Put blame where it belongs - an admin cover-up Verizon is not the villain here. It is an administration that wanted to muzzle the press and coverup its misdeeds. Verizon merely responded to legal demands by the justice department for info. Trying to spread the blame and muddy the waters is just an attempt to let the real villains off the hook.
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| |skeechanAi OtsukaholicPremium
Re: Put blame where it belongs - an admin cover-up ...And face the wrath of the most corrupt and vindictive administration in history? Yeah right.
Re: Burner phones for all the... It started long before Osama took office and will not end until the sheeple wake up and demand that those that violate the Constitution and the laws of the land be imprisoned for it OR they just string them all up with piano wire from the nearest lamppost.
"when the people have suffered many abuses under the control of a totalitarian leader, they not only have the right but the duty to overthrow that government." - The U.S. Declaration of Independence
| |Jodokast96Stupid people really piss me off.Premium
Re: What do you expect?
said by elray:Your right. If the carriers refuse, they just hire the Chinese to hack the info.
The government will get what it wants, by any means necessary, without regards to whether or not they have the right.
Carriers aren't going to slow them down and create headaches for themselves. You can't expect them to resist - there is no point.
The problem is with an administration that chooses to ignore our Constitutional protections at every turn.
Santa Monica, CA
The silver lining While no one should be subject to this type of fishing expedition, in my opinion, it couldn't happen to a more deserving lot. Maybe, with a taste of their own medicine, the AP might wake up and start actually questioning policy rather than acting as cheerleaders.