UmeNow: Warrantless Spying of Americans Merit Presidential Debate Focus by Journalists

"Justice Department documents unequivocally show that under President Obama's administration Americans have been subjected to warrantless surveillance at an alarming scale. The President owes Americans an explanation in the upcoming Presidential debates," stated Evelyn Castillo-Bach, CEO of UmeNow.com, a private network that has banned all tracking and all ads.

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Evelyn Castillo-Bach, founder of UmeNow

More than 50 million people will watch the first debate on Wednesday at the University of Denver. President Obama owes Americans an explanation. Why has Obama permitted warrantless spying on Americans to go unchallenged?

Pembroke Pines, Fl (PRWEB) September 29, 2012

UmeNow announced today that the warrantless surveillance of Americans should be one of the focal points of the upcoming Presidential debates.

After months of litigation, the Justice Department has submitted documents to the ACLU that unequivocally show that under President Obama's administration Americans have been subjected to warrantless surveillance at an alarming scale.

"More than 50 million people will watch the first debate on Wednesday at the University of Denver. President Obama owes Americans an explanation. Why has Obama permitted warrantless spying on Americans? This is an important question ethical journalists should ask," stated Evelyn Castillo-Bach, CEO of UmeNow.com, a private network that has banned all tracking and all ads.

The Huffington Post reported yesterday that under the Obama administration the country has experienced a sharp increase in the number of people subjected to warrantless electronic surveillance of their telephone, email and Facebook accounts by federal law enforcement agencies. The ACLU has released documents obtained from the Justice Department through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) that reveal that federal law enforcement agencies are increasingly monitoring Americans’ electronic communications, and doing so without warrants, sufficient oversight, or meaningful accountability.

The New York Times reported, earlier this year, that cellphone carriers received 1.3 million demands for subscriber information in 2011 alone.

"President Obama needs to address this issue during the upcoming presidential debates. Americans deserve to know how a Romney administration would differ," stated Castillo-Bach.

Company Information:
UmeNow entered into its silent launch in July 2011. UmeNow has banned all tracking and all ads. UmeNow is a private network with a 2-tier membership structure. It promises the same privacy protection to its free members. Premium level members who subscribe for $6.00/ month have access to all site areas. Crowdfunding is available free of charge to all members.

UmeNow is known for fiercely protecting the privacy rights of its members. All ads, third party apps, and games are banned to safeguard members from back door tracking and unauthorized information extraction.

Castillo-Bach earned her M.S. in 1993 from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She has traveled extensively in Ethiopia and in the Balkans, accompanying her Danish husband who is a lawyer.

As a debut author Castillo-Bach takes her readers into an intimate world where unspeakable loss meets universal success principles. "Champions, Inc: Powerful Life Principles" was published on August 30, 2012, as an ebook, available on Amazon, ISBN:978-0-9882220-0-7.

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