Personal Computers Could Be Open to Government Access Under New Obama Copyright Plan (Video)

The Obama Administration is currently negotiating the ACTA Agreement with several international partners.
The proposed agreement would empower security officials at airports and other international borders to conduct random ex officio searches of laptops, MP3 players, and cellular phones for illegally downloaded or “ripped” music and movies.

Russia Today warned about this controversial agreement:

From the video- The personal computer may soon be not-so-private, with the U.S. and some European nations working on laws allowing them access to search the content held on a person’s hard drive.
The personal computer may soon be not-so-private, with the U.S. and some European nations working on laws allowing them access to search the content held on a person’s hard drive.
Hat Tip Chuck

Who would have ever thought we’d see the day when a Russian prime minister would be warning our government about the evils of socialism and the Russian media would be warning Americans about losing privacy rights?

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