The Washington Post showered its readers with 20,000 words, hundreds of statistics, and dozens of pie-charts - not to mention a database of the 1,931 contractors doing top-secret work for the government - that paint a dazzling, mind-boggling picture.
Unisys will compete for a slice of a $1 billion federal intelligence contract, the information technology company said Thursday. Unisys and a dozen other companies will compete on task orders for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
Despite what might you may read in the Washington Post this week, it ain’t exactly breaking news that contractors are performing more and more of America’s intelligence work. What’s interesting is how this came to be — and what to do about it.
"Top Secret America" has done a superb job of charting an intelligence community so big and unwieldy, and so layered with redundant operations, that it is "a hidden world, growing beyond control."
The network is incomprehensively vast, spanning nearly 1,300 government organizations and 2,000 private companies...the human instinct to seek status also fed the intelligence networks’ unprecedented bloat. “"If he has one, then I have to have one.’
Washington Post has unveiled its comprehensive, alarming, and much-anticipated report on "Top Secret America." The dedicated site details the billions of dollars in private, for-profit intelligence operations that have emerged since Sept. 11, 2001, w
Things are definitely getting out of hand when you start reading articles like this – the City of Poway in California is going to introduce biometric scans of skaters thumbs to allow or disallow entry into the skate park.
This Military-Industrial-Complex has now “morphed into a new type of public-private partnership — one that spans military, intelligence, and homeland-security contracting — that amounts to a ‘national security complex’.”
This is a montage of the comprehensive battle for your private information and the use of integrated technologies to sift and evaluate your data. Pretty chilling stuff.
BOSTON - An 82 page analysis of domestic intelligence policy released by Political Research Associates (PRA) Tuesday found local police are being used as domestic intelligence gatherers with little to no oversight in criminal intelligence distinction
Law enforcement agents are following the rest of the Internet world into popular social-networking services, even going undercover with false online profiles to communicate with suspects and gather private information, according to an internal Justic
The U.S. military monitored Planned Parenthood and a white supremacist group as part of the government’s security preparations for the 2002 Olympics in Utah, according to new documents released by the Department of Defense.
You realize your government is in fact trying to control and/or kill you. Do you stand up and fight or do you do what so many sheeple have done and continue to do?
At this hour we want to warn all American citizens, including patriotic whistleblowers, that the private foreign mercenary group, Blackwater/Xe, is now totally operational on American soil and targeting American citizens. They are using sophistica
The following video sets forth a compelling case for the scientific concept of Intelligent Design as opposed to Darwinism.
The two following films shed essential light on the real problems with some of the intelligence processes. They will help anyone understand surveillance, national security, secrecy and the way our Congress has become drafted or seduced into an "in" c
If you are currently unsure of what your state is doing regarding material compliance with the Real ID act or the PASS ID Act coming up for congressional revision; you might want to search this document for your state's drivers license division.
Google Goggles is a visual search app for Android phones. Instead of using words, take a picture of an object with your camera phone: we attempt to recognize the object, and return relevant search results. Also provides information about businesses
Follow-up article with links. "...Yahoo charges the government about $30 to $40 for the contents, including e-mail, of a subscriber’s account."
Text copied for your reference and to save you from visiting cia.gov because they track the IPs of people who click through to them.
Did you see 60 Minutes last night? The first story was about how vulnerable our government’s computer systems are and our utility companies and our banks. All these have been hacked into or otherwise compromised. “Otherwise” being electronic componen
States collect far more information about students than necessary and fail to take steps to protect their privacy. The dossiers include Social Security numbers, poverty data, health information and disciplinary incidents.
It's tempting to call them lords of the flies. For the first time, researchers have controlled the movements of free-flying insects from afar, as if they were tiny remote-controlled aircraft.
The U.S. intelligence community is reporting to the White House that Iran has not restarted its nuclear-weapons development program. U.S. agencies had previously said that Tehran halted the program in 2003.
If you are emotionally invested in Obama, then no amount of proof will ever suffice -- except, perhaps, for a signed note by CIA director Panetta, saying "Yes, he worked for us."
Let me preface first by saying.....it's Glenn Beck. However, I'm not going to take the risk of logging on.
Is FACEBOOK a Department of Defense data mining scheme run by the CIA and D.A.R.P.A.?
It is comfortable to stay in denial, and President George W. Bush basks in it
Viewers looked in vain for any explanation as to WHY Cheney and Bush decided to attack and occupy Iraq. Apparently, the acronym OIL (for Oil, Israel, and Logistical bases) still cannot be discussed in polite conversation, even though it is long sens