According to a "sensational" article by The Telegraph, the US director of National Intelligence was recently instructed by Congress to "conduct a major review into Russian clandestine funding of European parties over the last decade."
health information. (NaturalNews) One of the goals of the federal government's Affordable Care Act is to universally implement the use of Electronic Health Records (EHR).
Autonomous cars function as ground-based surveillance drones
The Pentagon is considering retroactively demoting retired Gen. David Petraeus after he admitted to giving classified information to his biographer and mistress while he was still in uniform, three people with knowledge of the matter told The Daily B
William Merideth had just finished grilling dinner for his family when he saw a drone hovering over his land. So he did what he said any Kentuckian might do -- he grabbed his Benelli M1 Super 90 shotgun, took aim and unleashed three rounds of birdsh
While officers raced to a recent 911 call about a man threatening his ex-girlfriend, a police operator in headquarters consulted software that scored the suspect's potential for violence the way a bank might run a credit report.
Privacy advocates were aghast in October when the Senate passed the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act by a vote of 74 to 21, leaving intact portions of the law they say make it more amenable to surveillance than actual security.
If you were looking for a needle in a haystack, simple logic would tell you that the smaller the haystack the likelier you are to find the needle. Except for the government.
Friday's attacks are reopening the debate on whether intelligence leaks and encryption have made it too easy for terrorists to hide online.
A federal appeals court has granted a stay that will allow a controversial National Security Agency telephone surveillance program to continue through its planned end on November 29.
By Steve Ambrose Federal District Court Judge Richard Leon issued an injunction Monday against the National Security Agency, stopping the agency's bulk collection of telephone metadata.
LAST WEEK The Intercept published a package of stories on the U.S. drone program, drawing on a cache of secret government documents leaked by an intelligence community whistleblower.
A trans-Atlantic pact that potentially allows U.S. spies to get their hands on European citizens' private data was declared invalid by the EU's highest court, in a ruling that threatens to plunge Internet companies into a legal limbo.
Advertising screens shaped like enormous human eyes have been installed in Birmingham, England, reported the BBC this week. The screens, which sit above three entrances to a newly-designed rail station in the city, have a dual purpose: firstly, to sc
We need to hang him on the courthouse square as soon as we get a hold of him. Former vice chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Saxby Chambliss, on Edward Snowden
Another 4th of July has come and gone, and another president has demonstrated that the idea of freedom under American democracy is an illusion. The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court, at the request of President Obama, ruled on June 2
It's here. We're finally starting to see the electronic big brother control grid of the technocrats' wildest dreams being rolled out.
45 Years Ago.Truthstream Media | Former National Security Advisor to President Jimmy Carter, infamous geopolitical "strategist" (read: al-Qaeda architect), and current Barack Obama advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski called it nearly half a century ago.
The National Security Agency, while primarily occupied by sweeping up billions of phone calls, emails, texts and social media messages each day, wants better visual information about the earth and its residents, too, Admiral Michael Rogers said Wedne
Just last year, three startups threw down the gauntlet in the race to dethrone Google Earth as the king of satellite imaging.
The FBI assured Congress in an unusual, confidential briefing that its plane surveillance program is a by-the-books operation short on high-definition cameras -- with some planes equipped with binoculars -- and said only five times in five years ha
State and local law enforcement agencies across the U.S. are setting up fake cell towers to gather mobile data, but few will admit it
Reports in France suggest the US spied on French presidents from a secret spy nest on the roof of its embassy in Paris, which stands just a stone's throw from the Elysée palace.
Would you trust a government surveillance program with an Illuminati-esque logo with hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars? Well, that already happened long ago.
Glenn Greenwald, a US journalist who published the first reports on documents leaked by Edward Snowden, says allegations in the British press that Russian and Chinese spies accessed Snowden's documents are lies aimed at smearing the whistleblower.
Prosecutors say they can find no actionable evidence to support claims German chancellor's mobile phone was tapped by US National Security Agency
The Senate's Republican leader is pushing to give the government new authorities to snoop. Some civil libertarians are calling it 'Patriot Act 2.0.'
Report by official reviewer of counter-terrorism laws also says ministers should be stripped of power to authorise surveillance warrants
At this point it is ludicrous and hard to watch mainstream media sources pretend to be outraged at the inaction of Congress in the face of the growing police state.