A Florida prosecutor has listed new video evidence from the 7-11 where slain teen Trayvon Martin reportedly bought Skittles the night he died.
In a world where security cameras are nearly as ubiquitous as light fixtures, someone is always watching you.
If you take Adam Harvey’s advice, here’s what you might wanna wear to a party this weekend.
Police state America
With the so called peaceful religion of Islam taking over our country much as it has in Europe we need to use our heads in fighting back as our President and Congress seem to be lax in protecting our own beliefs.
A top US regulator urged Congress Wednesday to enact an online privacy law that includes "do not track" mechanisms for consumers on the Internet, amid indications of a split among lawmakers.
In a move that signifies a private surveillance war between news networks, Arizona station KVOA has installed a network of remote-controlled, high-definition cameras around Tucson, AZ to “scan the streets for pretty much whatever’s out there.”
U.S. military observers can have trouble identifying satellites whizzing overheard in Earth's crowded space lanes.
A shocking U.S. Army manual that describes how political activists in prison camps will be indoctrinated by specially assigned psychological operations officers contains numerous clear references to the fact that the policies apply to U.S. citizens.
Surveillance cameras are now so powerful that they were able to zoom in on individual spectators at the Rugby World Cup and read their text messages. Details of police monitoring used for the first time during the tournament were discussed at a pr
Chances of there being a false flag op at the London Olympics now seems certain.
The FBI has been lobbying top internet companies like Yahoo and Google to support a proposal that would force them to provide backdoors for government surveillance, according to CNET.
DARPA is at it again. This time, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has announced plans to create nanochips for monitoring troops health on the battlefield.
The US is preparing to face FBI-drafted legislation enabling it to monitor any personal communication activities in the web.
The U.S. Congress should pass a law to give investigators freer access to certain cellphone records the Justice Dept. argued that requirements for warrants would "cripple" prosecutors and law enforcement.
Politicians stand to make money off the implementation of drones in America. 53 members of the House are part of the drone caucus which works to expand the use of drones domestically. 15 members of the caucus have received a total of $68,500 from Gen
Some people equate with smart meters as the surveillance of Big Brother and oppose their installation.
The nation’s largest financial institutions are preparing for the upcoming Occupy Wall Street’s May 1st demonstrations by working together and with police, according to Bloomberg News.
The world's biggest banks are working with one another and police to gather intelligence as protesters try to rejuvenate the Occupy Wall Street movement with May demonstrations, industry security consultants said.
You are all potential terrorists. It matters not that you live in Britain, the United States, Australia or the Middle East. Citizenship is effectively abolished.
The Pentagon is to create a new spy service to focus on global strategic threats and the challenges posed by countries including Iran, North Korea and China.
On Wednesday, the U.S. Supreme Court took up the issue -- and from what the justices said at oral argument, it seems the U.S. might soon be getting more European. Or at least one step closer to requiring a national ID card.
The Wall Street Journal admits that mandatory black boxes will be spying on us but then labels Infowars “paranoid” for being concerned about the intrusion.
The repercussions of the drone lobby’s success in forcing opening US domestic airspace to unmanned drones by 2015 are beginning to be felt across the US as civil liberties groups and politicians wake up to the implications for safety and privacy.
This important article was published more than 15 years ago (February 1997) in Covert Action Quarterly
William Binney discusses the NSA’s massive power to spy on Americans and why the FBI raided his home after he became a whistleblower.
We speak with Jacob Appelbaum, a computer researcher who has faced a stream of interrogations and electronic surveillance since he volunteered with the whistleblowing website, WikiLeaks.
The United Nations plans to use its upcoming UN Conference on “Sustainable Development” (UN CSD or Rio+20) in Rio de Janeiro to amass a vast array of unprecedented new powers and literally re-shape civilization, the global economy, and even peoples’
“Big Brother writ” will allow feds to use corporate resources for “spying on the American people”
The spring air in the small, sand-dusted town has a soft haze to it, and clumps of green-gray sagebrush rustle in the breeze.