Dec 172012
 December 17, 2012  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

Darlene Storm reports:

As an innocent American, have you ever wondered how the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) agency gets around your privacy rights when it holds your information in databases for five years to analyze it for suspicious patterns of behavior. . . just in case you might commit future crimes? “All you have to do is publish a notice in the Federal Register and you can do whatever you want,” stated Robert Gellman who assists U.S. government agencies in developing policies on how to comply with the Federal Privacy Act.

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