The federal agency in charge of aviation security collected extensive personal information about airline passengers even though Congress forbade it and officials said they wouldn’t do it, according to documents the Associated Press obtained Monday.
Your government agency has been told by Congress that you will not collect personal data on passengers. In response, you
A) Ignore the hell out of Congress and do it anyway
B) Use a contractor to do the actual work, hoping for “plausible deniability”
C) Plead that this is just a test, not a real collection of data
D) All of the above
My answer is D.
However, the thing I’m sure I’m going to find most amazing is that there will be
sheep people out there who still won’t be able to understand why so many people don’t trust our government.