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    Big Brother: Obama Demands Access to Internet Records, in Secret, and Without Court Review

    By Tom Burghardt

    Global Research, August 13, 2010
    Antifascist Calling... - 2010-08-12

    The Obama administration is seeking authority from Congress that would compel internet service providers (ISPs) to turn over records of an individual's internet activity for use in secretive FBI probes.

    In another instance where Americans are urged to trust their political minders, The Washington Post reported last month that "the administration wants to add just four words--'electronic communication transactional records'--to a list of items that the law says the FBI may demand without a judge's approval."

    Under cover of coughing-up information deemed relevant to espionage or terrorism investigations, proposed changes to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) would greatly expand the volume of private records that can be seized through National Security Letters (NSLs).

    Constitution-shredding lettres de cachet, NSLs are administrative subpoenas that can be executed by agencies such as the FBI, CIA or Defense Department, solely on the say so of supervisory agents.

    The noxious warrants are not subject to court review, nor can a recipient even disclose they have received one. Because of their secretive nature, they are extremely difficult to challenge.

    Big Brother: Obama Demands Access to Internet Records, in Secret, and Without Court Review

    The latest White House proposal would hand the secret state unprecedented access to the personal communications of every American.