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Will Bildeberg End Privacy As We Know It?

by Mikael Thalen, Story Leak:

The presence of several key figures at the 2014 Bildeberg Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark indicates that the future of privacy worldwide is in dire straights.

According to the Bildeberg Group’s official press release, members discussed several key topics this weekend while also asking the question, “Does privacy exist?” Given the fact that the architects of the modern surveillance state were among the attendees, the real question is, will Bildeberg end privacy as we know it?

Keith Alexander, know for his motto “Collect it All,” is arguably the most brazen director to reside over the National Security Agency. Overseeing some of the agency’s most controversial domestic spying programs, Alexander’s total disregard for the Fourth Amendment has been bemoaned by countless people within the intelligence community.

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1 comment to Will Bildeberg End Privacy As We Know It?

  • rich

    “Collect it All,”…and they do.

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