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Rand Paul on Civil Liberties on Senate Floor

Sen. Rand Paul gives passionate speech against the Patriot Act: “We shouldn’t allow the government to troll, willy nilly, through millions of records”. In response to a “scurrilous accusation” by Harry Reid on his opposition to the Patriot Act and reiterated his defense of the Bill of Rights and the American people’s privacy. Senator Rand […]

iPhones Collect Location Data

From the WSJ: Apple, meanwhile, says it “intermittently” collects location data, including GPS coordinates, of many iPhone users and nearby Wi-Fi networks and transmits that data to itself every 12 hours, according to a letter the company sent to U.S. Reps. Edward Markey (D-Mass.) and Joe Barton (R-Texas) last year. Apple didn’t respond to requests […]