World Affairs Brief, January 12, 2017 Commentary and Insights on a Troubled World.
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This Week’s Analysis:
Trump Disappoints Supporters Again on Immigration
North Korea’s Charm Offensive
Bundy Trial Dismissed with Prejudice
House Fails to Rein in NSA Surveillance of Phone Calls
Preparedness Tip: Maximize Your Fuel Economy Continue reading “Skousen: House Fails to Rein in NSA Surveillance of Phone Calls — They collect all the content along with the metadata, but primarily use the metadata to create profiles on every person in the world showing all their metadata connections to everyone they talk to and all their financial dealings. This massive data connection map on every person also links bank, tax and credit card records so that in an instant that metadata can point to any content the government wants to view • NSA surveillance was used against Trump, but he appears to have gone along with his advisors’ support of the bill for some unknown reason. This may well have been a case where Trump is so busy fighting media brush fires that he doesn’t spend the time to study what his administration is doing”