Jun 162016
 
 June 16, 2016  Featured News, Surveillance, U.S.

Mason Adams reports:

The House on Thursday blocked an amendment that opponents said would have taken away critical intelligence tools just four days after the worst mass shooting in U.S. history.

The 198-222 vote is a blow for privacy advocates who have spent years building support for the amendment, which would have barred the government from forcing companies to weaken their encryption for law enforcement

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  One Response to “House defeats privacy measure in wake of Orlando shootings”

  1. Biggest hypocrites..They say they want to help the people of their country but they do nothing to make it better. Irony is that they do ‘a moment of silence’ after mass shootings, which is ridiculous. Stop doing moments of silence and start acting responsibly to help fix the problem.

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