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Ars Technica author appeals and gets his PNR history

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Cyrus Farivar from Ars Technica had previously attempted to get his PNR history from US CBP but was unsuccessful. After an appeal, he got what he requested and describes what kind of data is included. (arstechnica.com) Plus d'info...

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alan75035
alan75035 3
So my 2nd grade teacher was right...everything will end up in my "PERMANENT RECORD".
smoki
smoki 3
To borrow a phrase from film dialog: "I am mortified, petrified and stupified" as to why there is so little comment on this subject and what little there is seems to be for the purpose of self indulging clever amusement. This entire story is about loss of privacy and thus loss of freedom. This story and the actions of our federal government particularly in recent years make it quite clear that only the privileged ruling class and its allied elitists are granted privacy from illegal search and seizure of personal property while the remainder of the citizenry are treated as if they are peasantry subject to a federal SS that spies on it, collects and stores indefinitely all personal data with total disregard for the protections against such lawless behavior specifically addressed in the Constitution while being held accountable to no one.

This is being done by a government that according to civics 101 and our Constitution is designed to be of, for and by the people, not against the people, yet it is clearly engaged in the latter with impunity. It goes to ridiculous lengths to conceal its chicanery. Why? Because it knows what it is doing, spying and collecting of personal data (warrantless search and seizure of personal property without consent) cannot withstand the light of day. The MEDIA is to a great extent culpable in this illegal activity because it is no longer interested in pursuing and reporting the truth thus allowing such illegal activity to fly under the radar. It will only get worse with time.

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