But there’s a twist
Author who opposes government regulations calls for regulations
Turning on something else
Privacy of someone else’s records?
This experiment could go two ways.
Can you hear me now?
It’s not just “spoofing.” It’s a crime
Isn’t that special…
Content versus container
Whispers and secrets
“A sensor located close to the White House and another over near the Pentagon have been part of those that have seen this tracking.”
You could cut the irony with a knife
It’s the people’s house, in case you’ve forgotten
Your phone is not your castle
Perhaps phones just aren’t for you
Smile and say cheese
It’s not Big Brother this time
Yeah, that wouldn’t be annoying at all
Inspector Gadget would be thrilled
“Unpopular” ideas. You keep using that word…
Or at least it shouldn’t be
Snap away, kids
Being a stupid kid is still not illegal
What are you Caucasians smiling about?
If the the prospect of a potential government shutdown later this evening has got you feeling down, or if perhaps …
$500,000 in penalties and five years in jail?
Phoning it in.
Obama’s policies old, not bold.
Point for the personally responsible.
Everything which is not expressly allowed is forbidden.
Preferring mystery over transparency.
Schiff: “We can see why this resolution was kept from us …”
Don’t succumb to fear-mongering “prophets of doom”