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Glenn Beck warns the American people: don't do this at home. Reveals a startling disclaimer that will catch car dealers who participate in "Cash for Clunkers." Don't visit cars.gov unless you want to willingly surrender all of the information on your computer to Uncle Sam's Auto Czar.

Beck starts out by saying, "This is a frightening (...)...Do not do this at home. Trust me..." Beck went to the www.cars.gov page. The dealer you go to will open that page. There are a series of prompts the dealer will use, depending on what the customer is buying. The dealer hits "submit transaction," and a privacy act and security statement opens. You've seen them on a thousand websites, and you probably ignore them. The prompt on the page asks if you accept the terms, or agree. Without thinking, you click "yes," or, in this case, "I agree." When you click on it, a warning box comes up that says: "This application provides access to the DoT CARS system. When logged on to the CARS system, your computer is considered a Federal computer system and is the property of the US government. Any or all uses of this system and all files on this system may be intercepted, monitored, recorded, copied, audited, inspected, and disclosed to authorized CARS, Dot, and law enforcement personnel, as well as authorized officials of other agencies, both domestic and foreign."

 

 

 

 

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