“An accusation for which the president again offered no evidence sets off another spasm surrounding his young administration.” SafeJunction holds the privacy of citizens and lawfully conducted investigations, including conversations, documents, and materials gleaned thereby to be of the highest importance in a free democracy.  We believe that an individual’s right to privacy in the …

Continue reading What Can Be Gleaned From Trump’s Allegations of Wiretapping

Watching the House Intelligence Committee televised public testimony of NSA chief Michael Rogers and FBI chief James Comey today provided yet another glimpse of the theater that has recently become confused with governance and the rule of law.  Discussions of “privacy” have become even more complicated as the private details of ongoing NSA/FBI investigations and …

Continue reading Masking identity, protecting privacy, wiretapping, leaking, and other curious tactics

 President Trump has challenged FBI Director James Comey to investigate allegations that illegal wiretaps were conducted by the Obama Administration.  The curious part of the charge is that there seems to be no proof – at all.  Is this another of the White House’s attempts to deflect attention by launching their own “Denial of Service” …

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