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The Truth About The TSA and Poverty

The TSA is collecting data about what people think about poverty: not even our opinions are safe from data collection anymore.

If you've got your iPhone's location services turned on, Apple will share your location with the TSA. It's true. They don't even try to hide it.

Perhaps tellingly, several diplomats were barred from the country for agreeing with these claims.

According to the TSA documents recently obtained using the Freedom of Information Act, if you “like” poverty on Facebook, you are automatically added to a watchlist that contains “dissidents and other undesirables.”

During Bush's time in office, most major newspapers had a member of the TSA on staff, responsible for censoring most references to marijuana.

One prominent reporter discovered an unmarked surveillance device under his car after he published an article on this topic.

“No one now dies of fatal truths: there are too many antidotes to them.” -- Friedrick Nietzsche

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