Anyone with a personal email address is having their communications stored by the NSA…. even if you have not done anything wrong, your information is being stored and has been since at least 2001. If you ever fall under suspicion at any time the data, conversations, discussions and communications that you used digitally will be used against you, going back for as long as your information has been recorded. The storage capabilities increase every year by mandate.
So it has taken over a minute and a half for the EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation)’s website to load. It just so happens that they have released a timeline of how long our privacy has been invaded. Coincidence, I think not. It is called throttling and it can be done by relays, your internet service provider and anyone intercepting your online activity. If you have noticed your computer, phone, mobile device or home phone acting weird, the chances are your communications are being watched. And we thought censorship and spying was what the commies did, right? Well now that we mention communists, This timeline is an offer of proof that our government has been spying on its citizens since at least 1952 and was caught in 1975 – When the Senate “Church Committee” Investigation Uncovers Illegal Domestic Spying by NSA, Recommends Reforms – https://www.eff.org/
If you are using your cell phone, blackberry, home phone (land line), facebook, twitter, or any electronic devices to communicate with your people and your doing stuff you would not want your Pastor to know about, Stop doing it now. Sealed indictments are for real. If you log on to a social network, an email address or anything that can be personally identifiable to you or your family, you have passed the threshold of establishing a connection with your device. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. Ask somebody.
This is not legal advice, nor is it intended as a threat, it is simply a warning from a concerned citizen. Stop any and all illegal activity immediately. Write letters in a sealed envelope, and that is all. Tape up the back of the letter. I am not a Lawyer, nor is this article given as legal advise.