The U.S. Postal Service could be secretly monitoring your mail.
USPS processed 50,000 requests from law enforcement to monitor mail in 2013.
This surveillance has no oversight. 20% of these requests were not properly approved – and another 13% were either unjustified or undocumented.
“Monitoring mail” means intercepting it and recording the data – names, return address and anything else on the outside of the envelope – before giving it to its recipient.
What do you think? Is this an abuse of power and danger to freedom?
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