Is The Government Putting Preppers on a Blacklist?
There has been a lot of talk recently on several prepper websites about the possibility of the American government using digital data surveillance to put preppers on a government blacklist of some kind. With all the news recently about the NSA whistle blower Edward Snowden, and more recently, reports of government agencies demanding password files from the county’s biggest internet providers, what was once thought of as pure paranoia is now a legitimate concern.
Many preppers use the internet to communicate with other preppers either by email, online forums and social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter. Some are claiming that government agencies are monitoring these communications and adding preppers to some sort of “prepper list” that will be used for notorious reasons as the government continues to exert more control over all of our communications industries. This has many preppers asking if there is any legitimacy to these concerns. In this article we will separate the myths from fact when it comes to online government surveillance and give you some great tips on what you can do to stay under the radar of big brother dot gov .
Evidence and Facts
In the last 10 years, there is a growing amount of evidence that government adding preppers to some sort of blacklist isn’t as far-fetched as once thought. When all this evidence is added together, it’s hard not to think that SOMEONE is watching whenever you make a post about preparedness or are critical of the government.