64% of reporters say Obama administration spying on their email, calls, online searches

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And still they polish his knob, kiss his ass, scrub and whitewash his unending failures.

They will sacrifice themselves to take down this country.

Stockholm syndrome on an industry-wide scale.

Who can forget how they whined and wailed that the Bush administration might do this under the Patriot Act? Of course he never did such a thing, but that didn’t stop the enemedia from destroying him.

And yet this President, the worst, most destructive, most abusive executive America has ever suffered, is given a free pass. It is astonishing.

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64% of reporters say Feds spying on their email, calls, online searches,” Washington Examiner, Fevruary 5, 2015 (thanks to Christian)

In a survey of investigative reporters that makes Richard Nixon’s enemies list look like child’s play, nearly seven in 10 said they believe that the Obama administration has spied on their phone calls, emails and online searches.

According to a Pew Research Center survey of 454 media figures, 64 percent “believe that the U.S. government has probably collected data” from their calls and email and eight in 10 believe just being a journalist jumps the chance Uncle Sam is spying on them.

The survey follows multiple reports of actual spying by federal officials on reporters, and the White House’s effort to track down those who leak information to reporters despite long-forgotten promises to be the most transparent administration ever.

Still, most reporters said that they continue to plug away.

“Just 14 percent say that in the past 12 months, such concerns have kept them from pursuing a story or reaching out to a particular source, or have led them to consider leaving investigative journalism altogether,” said the survey of members of Investigative Reporters and Editors by Pew in association with Columbia University’s Tow Center for Digital Journalism.

It has, though, prompted about half to change how they do their job, by inventing new ways to store and collect their information.

That’s in part because they don’t have much faith in online security offered by their employers or internet service providers.

  • One mean azz westerner

    A fact, from deep study, 100% of com, is monitored, key words, flagging, fraud, systems attacked daily, vet records taken, and an enemy within, time to stand up, and face them.

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