DOJ Demands Google/Apple Hand Over Names of 10K+ Users of Gun Scope App

DOJ Demands Google/Apple Hand Over Names of 10K+ Users of Gun Scope App

In a post-Bush and Obama world, it is more important than ever before that information once protected by privacy laws and Constitutional safeguards is now kept at arm’s length from any state department’s grip because of an insatiable information-hungry government that can’t seem to scoop up enough data on we, the People.

The Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) wing of the Department of Justice (DOJ) appears to be taking a page right out of the playbook of the Obama State Department as it seeks to bully both Google and Apple into turning over the names of more than 10,000 users of its gun scope app known as Obsidian 4.

While the transfer has not occurred just yet, the request for the names, IP addresses, telephone numbers, purchase dates, and uses for the gun scope app constitutes a massive amount of data that could be used (or misused) for purposes that are neither clear, nor transparent.

Turn to the following page for more details on this frightening new request by the federal government and the deeper meaning into what could possibly lead to a McCarthy-esque list of those deemed a “clear and present danger” to the US government!

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