The FBI uses situations like terrorism as a pretext to enter the private lives of Americans. It shows the US government has lost sight of the meaning of privacy, John McAfee, of McAfee Antivirus, former Libertarian candidate for president, told RT America.The US Senate rejected Wednesday a bill that would empower the FBI to get warrantless access to people’s metadata, including internet browsing histories. It had been proposed after the shooting at a gay club in Orlando. However, another vote on the bill - is expected to come soon. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell switched his vote to ‘no’ at the end of the voting in a move that will allow him to bring the legislation up for consideration again. RT: How dangerous might this amendment be to privacy, if the FBI could so easily and legally gather metadata information? What are the potential repercussions? John McAfee: The concept is horrific. Using metadata alone – you can find out a lot about a person. But to look at the browsing history - for heaven's sake that is got to be among the most private of all things. There are people who might visit unsavory sites – that is their business, not my business. What has happened in the American government is our government has lost sight of the meaning of privacy. Now this man in John McAfee is a true Libertarian, unlike that fake one in Gary Johnson who just last night got the first nationally televised Libertarian town hall on an American news network ever. Like many Americans John knows that the Federal government under both Bush and Obama, has used terrorism over the years to take away due process rights of Americans thorough the police state in America. The fact that the FBI is breaking rights of law abiding citizens and letting people like Omar Mateen walk multiple times should be most disturbing to all of America.
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