There is such a mass of swarming technologies being developed worldwide and the most important ones are the ones you cannot foresee from here—the real earth shattering "breakthroughs." We can see that drones and swarming [watch the chilling video], e
You would think that if you are in a public space and you can see something — an object, a person, an incident — then you could also photograph or film it. The reality is not that simple.Entered By: Powell Gammill
Capitalizing on one of the fastest-growing trends in law enforcement, a private California-based company has compiled a database bulging with more than 550 million license-plate records on both innocent and criminal drivers that can be searched by po
The Supreme Court said Monday that law enforcement authorities might need a probable-cause warrant from a judge to affix a GPS device to a vehicle and monitor its every move — but the justices did not say that a warrant was needed in all cases.
Police erred by not obtaining an extended search warrant before attaching a tracking device to a drug suspect's car, the Supreme Court said in a unanimous ruling Monday.
The NYPD is stepping up their war against illegal guns, with a new tool that could detect weapons on someone as they walk down the street. But is it violating your right to privacy?
Its called HELIUS which means "the personification of the sun god." (according to wikipedia) An edible microchip will be included with each group of a patient's pills.A patch on the skin will pick up a signal once it's swallowed and relay this to
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Transportation on Wednesday for allegedly withholding records pertaining to the use of unmanned aircraft within the United States.
The DHS announced they can collect personal information from news anchors, journalists, reporters or anyone who may use “traditional and/or social media in real time to keep their audience situationally aware and informed.”
Civil libertarians worry about the roll-out of Next Generation Identification, a massive expansion of the agency's current biometric database.
President Barack Obama unveiled a defense strategy on Thursday that would expand the U.S. military presence in Asia but shrink the overall size of the force as the Pentagon seeks to reduce spending by nearly half a trillion dollars after a decade of
The Constitution states, “The Privilege of the Writ of Habeas Corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in Cases of Rebellion or Invasion the public Safety may require it.” The last time I checked, there was neither a rebellion nor an outside invasi
Aaron Dykes Interviews Col. Craig Roberts about what really happened on the day of okc bombing, and how the FBI confiscated all video footage of that days event, and still refuse to this day, to turn over this key evidence.
First there was your child's very own Fatherland Security toy for him or her to play with (and, of course, to be de-sensitized to when he or she has to go through the real porno-scanner). Now comes your child's very own remote-controlled drone.
When New York undercover officers and informants were infiltrating a mosque in Queens in 2006, they failed to notice the increasingly radical sentiments of a young man who prayed there. Police also kept tabs on a Muslim student group at Queens Colleg
In the dead of night, from a trailer humming with surveillance monitors, a pilot for the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency was remotely flying a Predator drone more than 1,000 miles away. From an altitude of 15,000 feet, over the desert ra
Members of the House Homeland Security Committee introduced a cybersecurity bill on Thursday that would establish a quasi-governmental entity to oversee information-sharing with the private sector.
Human Rights Watch Executive Director Kenneth Roth, said, “By signing this defense spending bill, President Obama will go down in history as the president who enshrined indefinite detention without trial in U.S. law.”
The White House is signing off on a controversial new law that would authorize the U.S. military to arrest and indefinitely detain American citizens that are alleged al Qaeda members or other terrorist operatives captured on American soil.
Some 25,000 pro-democracy protesters in Moscow's Bolotnaya Square had an unexpected participant in their demonstrations on Saturday when a UFO was spotted hovering above the crowd. Here is a somewhat blurry video capture of the scene, taken by a p
“Eventually, we’ll have to put an end to this, one way or another.” Sheriff Kelly Janke of North Dakota’s Nelson County uttered that ominous sentence in mid-September, during what the local media giddily described as a stand-off with local farme
The FBI denied a request regarding Carrier IQ, a piece of software found on smartphones and designed to send information on handsets to carriers. The request asked for “manuals, documents of other written guidance used to access or analyze data” gath
Everyone fears Uncle Sam's big ears listening everywhere. Let's turn the dynamic against Big Brother and overload Uncle Sam's hearing aids! Let's make this plan go viral!
A Predator drone spy plane helped police make arrests after a North Dakota family's run-in with a local sheriff. Rodney Brossart, and his daughter and his three sons face felony charges.
We all know Uncle Sam is monitoring all electronic communications. Let's fill his big ears with so much chaff that we overload Big Brother's brain! And do it legally!
What do you know about drones? You know drones — those robotic, unmanned planes that fire missiles for the American military across Afghanistan, Pakistan and anywhere else the United States needs to get away with murder.
DARPA launched its Shredder Challenge contest. The objective: create a system for reconstructing shredded papers, then demonstrate it by piecing together five documents, the shredded remains of which were posted on the contest's website.
With the continuing collapse of the pyramidal power structure with which political systems exercise their defining monopoly on the use of violence, governments have had to scramble to reinforce their coercive authority
VIDEO - Use the letter below to forbid smart meter installation (or modify the letter to demand the meter be removed).
Tweets, emails and other electronic communications can be considered "government documents" and must be preserved. The National Archives handles official government materials, while the Library of Congress' mandate is to deal with anything that may h