John Cornyn Takes on Obama’s Program, But Wait! There’s More with the NTIA

The Weekly Standard noted Senator John Cornyn sent a letter to Barack Obama asking him to intervene in the matter. There’s more. Imagine, if you would, cross referencing those forwarded emails to the White House with another database the Obama Administration has ordered set up. Congress adopted the Broadband Data Improvement Act in 2008 to compile of map of the nation showing which areas have broadband and which do not. The National Telecommunications and Information Administration is getting the information, but the Obama Administration has decided to use the NTIA to get more than the law requires.Read full story

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  1. It's ironic, considering that Sen. Cornyn himself was involved in passing the Patriot Act, and blocked investigations into warrantless wiretaps by the government and collusion with telecom companies including Verizon, AT&T, Comcast, and others.

    We all need to recognize that the internet is a public communications medium. What you say on the web can and will be used as publicly available information about you.

    And if you send an email to someone? You need to recognize/understand that the email could be forwarded along. That's just the nature of things.

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