Monday, January 4, 2016

China And Friends Are Watching You

Our own prying politicians in Washington, D.C. are surprisingly no longer the biggest brother on the block. Even the U.S. president—long considered the most powerful world leader—is being watched by Big Brother China.
As we embark on a new year, I want to empower you to make every effort to safeguard your identity from spies within the Chinese government—before our own government follows suit.
Hillary Applauds Chinese Spy Tactics
On December 27, 2015 Reuters reported chilling news out of Beijing. The Chinese government will be forcing technology companies to “hand over sensitive information such as encryption keys to the government” as part of a “controversial new anti-terrorism law.”
Alarmingly, though not surprisingly, Hillary Clinton also came out last month in support of doing the exact same thing in the United States should she become president. “You are going to hear all the familiar complaints: ‘Freedom of speech,’” she quipped, insisting there was no other way to fight terrorism than to force companies like Apple and Google to hand over encrypted data to the government upon request—and to block the websites of suspected terror groups. 

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