NYT: The U.S. Postal Service Is Monitoring Offline Mail (For Some Individuals)

NYT: The U.S. Postal Service Is Monitoring Offline Mail (For Some Individuals)


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It would appear that our e-mail may not be the only thing now under fine-grain scrutiny by the “higher powers” – in terms of our everyday privacy, as even our offline mail is now reportedly being tracked – too.

Yes, that last book you bought on Amazon, down to that gift or gadget you bought, but never really needed, from Play.com, (and perhaps even that NC-17-rated DVD you’d prefer no-one but yourself to know about) – may all be the possible targets of a quote-unquote “highly-confidential” mail surveillance system the U.S. Postal Service is actually said to be deploying, right now – in order to facilitate the tracking of both the reported ‘frequency’ and ‘type’ of mail individual home owners are receiving …

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