The Tiahrt Amendments provide privacy protection for those who exercise their 2A rights. Menendez & Lee want to take it away & help facilitate universal gun registration.
If law-abiding gun owners needed another reason to be dubious of why their firearms ownership should be made public, the San Francisco Chronicle recently provided it.
It is illegal for the sheriff to release any information about citizens applying for a license to carry. The demand letter from GunSenseUs is asking the sheriffs to break the law.
The White House wants to join with Silicon Valley on a creepy program monitoring Americans’ “neurobehavioral signs” to (purportedly) prevent gun violence. Hell No!
Anything companies deem illegal is flagged & submitted to law enforcement authorities. It wouldn’t be a stretch for these companies to decide to ban the selling or discussion of guns by scanning your.
Internet freedom is something that Americans most take for granted. We assume everyone around the globe can access any site they want to read, but that isn’t the case in countries like China.
The way we prevent our devices from storing this information is to used modes known as private browsing. In Chrome, this mode is called “Incognito” mode, in Firefox it’s “Private” mode.
Gun Owners of America, today in conjunction with a Pierce County, WA resident, has sued the State of Washington to prevent the personal information of state gun owners from being exposed.
“My intent is to create a searchable database and map of Washington state to overlay the locations. The public has a right to know that these dangerous devices may have been in neighborhoods that they
We know that internet service providers spy on what we do online. Here are ways way to keep the prying eyes off your home internet traffic & keep your mobile data private.
AmmoLand News is launching a guide to internet privacy and safety. This user guide will be a multi-part series going over the threats and how to mitigate them in an easy to understand format.
The people of WA deserve to know that the sheriffs and police officers throughout the Evergreen State believe that Initiative 1639 is an attack on every law-abiding citizen’s constitutional rights.
I’m not sure what they’re thinking in places like New York, but one thing is clear: Not a single federal dollar should be used for states or cities to target the Second Amendment rights.
The KGB relied on antiquated technology, by today’s standards, yet they “detained” (and ultimately murdered) millions of hapless Russians.
“This new law gives Nebraska’s law-abiding gun owners peace of mind knowing that gun control extremists won’t have access to their personal information,” said Chris W. Cox.
Washington legislators introduced an NRA-backed bill to protect the private, personal information of Washington’s concealed pistol license holders from public records requests.
The Patscan CMR Microwave Scanning tool scans hotel guest without their knowledge looking for private or concealed weapons signatures…
Under the old law every gun dealer in the state was guilty of a misdemeanor and could have been shut down!!!
Unfortunately, McAuliffe seems to be far more interested in appeasing the anti-gun politicians in his home state of New York than he does protecting law-abiding Virginians.
If your Senator voted wrong point out that even a CHP holder who does not have a gun is subject to being harassed by the police…