Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Your Words On The Internet Can Get You In Trouble At The Border

Web searches at U.S. border bring scrutiny to new level

"Andrew Feldmar, a Vancouver psychotherapist, was on his way to pick up a friend at the Seattle airport last summer when he ran into a little trouble at the border.
A guard typed Feldmar's name into an Internet search engine, which revealed that he had written about using LSD in the 1960s in an interdisciplinary journal. Feldmar was turned back and is no longer welcome in the United States, where he has been active professionally and where both of his children live

It's just a matter of time until everything you say will be scrutinized and judged by the fascists and their stormtroopers, and anything displeasing or even slightly threatening will land you in a world of hurt.


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