Originally Posted by Bob Maxey
Here in Utah, the NSA is building the largest data center in the U.S. of A. So chances are, there is (or will be) a national database of police contacts. They will (apparently) store "the complete contents of private emails, cell phone calls, and Google searches, as well as all sorts of personal data trails—parking receipts, travel itineraries, bookstore purchases, and other stuff."
Once again, we have a question of what "could" happen and what "is" happening. At the moment, as I type this, there is no national database of police contacts. It does not exist. I spent 6 years working around a 911 call center. I can say definitively that said database does NOT exist. What "could" happen in the future is another question, but getting our panties in a twist over some purely hypothetical situation is silly IMO.