Government is also spying on your prescription drug use
by: Lance Devon
Tuesday, July 02, 2013
Government bureaucracies use data mining techniques to keep track of almost anything nowadays. Government micromanagement of people’s lives has become the norm. Control freaks in positions of power want to know everything about everybody, usually in order to “keep people safe” or to learn about population trends or to “save lives.” Recent developments reveal that states will be implementing data mining techniques into state education common core standards to track children’s behavior. If recording children’s emotions wasn’t enough, states are now using data mining techniques to record each person’s prescription drug use.
State legislatures across the United States are joining in on implementing databases called Prescription Drug Monitoring Programs, which are designed to stop prescription drug abuse and keep people from buying prescription drugs from street dealers.
Privacy stripped again as US citizens become naked punching bags