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U.S. Government to Release Administrative Control over the Internet

The political backlash over revelations regarding U.S. Security Agencies abuse of the Internet for surveillance purposes may be just the final push needed. Let’s face it, the allegations that the Internet is the contemporary equivalent of the Wild West has been the seedling for various Federal attempts aimed at shackling the free-flow of info via the internet, but the pro-First Amendment arguments have kept that from happening, so far.

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Humpty Dumpty

Funny thing about eggs, you won’t detect a crack until it’s broken. Stranger still is whether or not a security or surveillance apparatus will detect itself as a threat?  What we do know is that American’s should concern themselves with the near total loss of a fundamental freedom that binds the entirety of U.S. Bill of Rights; the unalienable right of personal sovereignty as all the kings’ horses and all the kings men will never, willingly, give it back to you again.

Curtis C. Greco, Founder

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