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Ever wonder how the government is accessing private citizens’ data and using it to target individuals without evidence of “wrongdoing” (like with January 6th)? If so, you won’t want to miss the latest episode of The Brian Nichols Show. Join Brian Nichols as he talks with Connor Boyack, the head of the Libertas Institute, a non-profit organization that advocates for laws to increase freedom.
In this episode, they delve into the government’s ability to use geofence warrants to track individuals and their phones, and the technology behind these warrants that allows the government to collect and store data about the location of devices for years. But that’s not all. Connor shares a disturbing story about his friend Scott, who was interrogated by the FBI without an attorney present simply because he was near the Capitol on J6.
This episode will leave you thinking about the government’s use of private information and how it affects our individual freedoms. Tune in now for an eye-opening conversation that you won’t want to miss!