FBI’s Honeypot Phones Were Used More Widely in the U.S. Than We Knew

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“Due to legal issues, the FBI precluded surveillance of American users of the backdoored devices, apparently because they were concerned that the operation technically violated U.S. laws and threatened civil liberties” In what other country or time would a law enforcement agency conduct so brazen an intelligence gathering operation and then show this kind of restraint?


Somewhere someone is reading about this right now and shitting their pants.


All this technology but we can’t find Jeffrey Epstein associations to the sex trafficking of minors. Bring justice for those who can’t defend themselves


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Privacy is dead. All hail our new overlords who sit upon everyone’s dirty laundry.