According to examiner.com and the Bandera County Courier, the United States Census Bureau is planning to enter up to 140 million addresses into a giant, government-run GPS database.
Can I just ask a simple question: why? I mean, is not the factual location of our homes enough, or do they really need to see where we live? I suppose spying on regular citizens is something the administration would love to do, considering they want to control how the Census is taken, and take power away from the Census Bureau.
Imagine the power the Administration could wield. They can see where you live, they know who you are, and if Obama's proposal for "Preventative Detention" goes through, they can jail you with the flick of their wrist. They can sway votes and elections, they can jail their enemies. What next, I ask you, what next?
And don't even get me started with the security risks we face if hackers find out where people's homes are. What's more, it's not where they are, but what they are, how they are, what they even look like. Imagine the ease of a criminal finding the residence of anyone he wants to find.
Danger and power seem to go hand in hand if this is allowed to continue. Power and danger from an over-powerful administration, power and danger from tech-savvy hackers. It seems that Big Brother could be looking down on us any day now.
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