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Why Gun Owners Should Be VERY Afraid

If you own a gun, be prepared to give up your passwords and browsing history.

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Why Gun Owners Should Be VERY Afraid

If you own a gun, be prepared to give up your passwords and browsing history.

Do you own a handgun, or are considering buying one? You should be very concerned.

Handgun owners may be forced to turn over their social media passwords if a new bill is passed. The bill, introduced by a Democratic Senator, would require handgun owners AND applicants to turn over login information to allow investigators to look at THREE YEARS’ worth of Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter and Instagram posts.

I know what you’re thinking, “I don’t go on any of those sites so this doesn’t affect me”. Guess again.

Your search engine history can also be reviewed

The measure requires, “social media and search engine reviews prior to the approval of an application or renewal of a license to carry or possess a pistol or revolver; requires a person applying for a license to carry or possess a pistol or revolver or a renewal of such license to consent to having his or her social media accounts and search engine history reviewed and investigated for certain posts and/or searches over a period of 1-3 years prior to the approval of such application or renewal; defines terms.”

It’s not a stretch to think that this could lead to gaining access to ALL of your browsing history.

In fact, if you’re a member of the NRA, subscribe to a gun magazine, are registered on a gun site or do any type of gun searching, it wouldn’t be surprising to know that your online browsing is also now being monitored. It’s no secret that through the program PRISM, the NSA monitors all Internet traffic.

So if you’re a handgun owner how do you protect your browsing from being seen?

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