Why You Should be Concerned About the Government Collecting Your Data

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Susan Kochevar, entrepreneur and owner of the 88 Drive-In Theatre, joins Kim to discuss government data collection.

The Californication of Colorado’s automobile policies

Today’s guest host is Susan Kochevar, entrepreneur and owner of the 88 Drive-In Theatre. Susan and Kim are joined by Curtis Degroote. DeGroote is the chairman of the Freedom to Drive Colation. DeGroote, Susan and Kim discuss DeGroote’s Complete Colorado article, Coloradans in for a Rude Awakening on California Car Mandates.

The concern over the government collecting information about you

Governments have been compiling records and tracking citizens for millennia. The Sumerians, the ancient Egyptians, the Romans…all of them kept records on their citizens. Genealogists rely on records from centuries ago to track families and lineages. But what about the current data-gathering activities of local, state, and federal governments databases on individuals? Should you be concerned? Yes, you should.

Every day hard-working folks need to understand what is happening and what we should do about it. Susan and Kim discuss why individuals should be concerned about government data collection.

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