Now Big Brother Is Literally Watching You

Domestic use of spy satellites to widen Law enforcement getting new access to secret imagery


The Bush administration has approved a plan to expand domestic access to some of the most powerful tools of 21st-century spycraft, giving law enforcement officials and others the ability to view data obtained from satellite and aircraft sensors that can see through cloud cover and even penetrate buildings and underground bunkers.

A program approved by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Department of Homeland Security will allow broader domestic use of secret overhead imagery beginning as early as this fall, with the expectation that state and local law enforcement officials will eventually be able to tap into technology once largely restricted to foreign surveillance.


O.O Holy crap.

Pinget Pinget
36-40, F
1 Response Aug 16, 2007

Well, it sucks, but I think they'd just giggle and point at me.<br />
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once a day anyway.