Hilarious Anti-China U.S. Propaganda Video Smoked by Online Ad

By: Friday May 23, 2014 7:37 am

I wrote yesterday about how your FBI is concerned that bonehead Americans will travel overseas to enemy-controlled territory such as China and be recruited as spies. The FBI spent a boatload of your taxpayer dollars to make a cheesy video, albeit one with professional actors and Hollywood-level technical production qualities. The video explains how to [...]

More Evidence of NSA’s Hoarding Complex: Agency Collecting Data from Links to Google, Yahoo Data Centers

By: Wednesday October 30, 2013 2:00 pm

During yesterday’s House intelligence committee hearing, Director for National Intelligence James Clapper said to one member of Congress, “There are many things we do in intelligence that, if revealed, would have the potential for all kinds of blowback.” The Washington Post has revealed that the National Security Agency has infiltrated the main communications that connect [...]

Next Edward Snowden Is Out There So Internet Companies Cannot Be Allowed to Report Surveillance Requests

By: Thursday October 3, 2013 6:35 pm

Major Internet companies—Google, Microsoft, Yahoo! Inc., Facebook, Inc., and LinkedIn—have requested that they be allowed by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court to publish information on how frequently the United States government makes demands that companies provide user data. However, the government opposes this push by Internet companies to be more transparent. A spokesperson for Yahoo! [...]

Email Service Snowden Was Reportedly Using Shuts Down

By: Thursday August 8, 2013 5:04 pm

Update: Silent Circle follows suit. The owner of Lavabit, an email service believed to be better focused on privacy and security for users than Gmail, has decided to shut down the service. It is notable because this is the service that former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, who blew the whistle on US government surveillance programs, [...]

Google: Government Surveillance Spikes Worldwide—Especially in United States

By: Tuesday November 13, 2012 1:39 pm

The increasingly omniscient and omnipresent corporation that is Google has released its latest transparency report on requests from government authorities around the world to take down content and hand the data of users over to agencies. The report indicates “authorities worldwide made 20,939 requests for access to personal data from Google users, including search results, [...]

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