Feb 17, 2012--Earlier this week President Obama revealed the 2013 military defense budget for the Department of Defense which is roughly $614 billion, and in it the cybersecurity budget has nearly double. Now the Department of Homeland Security plans to monitor social media sites. Like Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, and even this site as well.
Also the Senate is attempting to return the controversial SOPA bill but under a new name. I am sure this time, when the internet tries to stop it again, The Department of Homeland Security will be there monitoring all the protests and could take legal or extralegal actions against them.
Now know that what you put it here will be reviewed by a person at Homeland Security and a report including names could end up on President Obama's desk in the Morning!
Strange about the defense budget, cutting Medical care for both veterans and active military personnel, but almost double cybersecurity to monitor media site, to say the least!