Statements about Privacy
A data system that goes along with Common Core is designed to collect up to 400 data points on each child, which can include personally identifiable data.
The IRS is going to be "in charge" of "a huge national database" on health care that will include Americans’ "personal, intimate, most close-to-the-vest-secrets."
"In Rhode Island, 28 percent of adults released from state prisons are re-incarcerated within a year."
"We have no regulation of drones in the United States in their commercial use."
Employers and schools have no right to conduct "surveillance of a dorm room or a worker’s cubicle."
Says Tammy Baldwin supports a law "in which government will take over your decisions on medicine, on doctors and on hospitals."
Says the federal government "mandates transexuals (sic) and homosexuals grabbing children in their stranger-danger zones in the name of airport security."
Says his sons were "targeted" on Facebook "by out-of-state protesters."
Oregon concealed gun applications include "home phone numbers, home address, Social Security numbers, what kinds of guns you have in the house … whether you were dishonorably discharged from the military, what controlled substances you are taking and were you ever accused of -- accused, mind you -- of stalking."
Says gun ownership information could be recorded and collected by the federal government and insurance companies as part of the federal health care law.
A bill by Earl Blumenauer would "mandate GPS tracking devices on all our vehicles."
"The Obama Health and Human Services Department is planning to compile a federal health record on all U.S. citizens by 2014," including "each individual’s Body Mass Index."
A data-storing microchip "would be implanted in the majority of people who opt to become covered by the public health care option."
A "massive" federal computer network will make your medical records available to "millions of people" with a "complete lack of privacy and confidentiality," while doctors and hospitals who don't take part face "stiff penalties."
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