On the October 14, 2012 edition of The Common Sense Show with Dave Hodges, the esteemed and headliner guest, Rosa Koire.Entered By: Dave Hodges
Soon after the Senate Homeland Security Committee’s Subcommittee on Investigations issued a report stating that fusion centers not only violate the constitutional rights of Americans, but are also a colossal waste of tax payer money, the committee is
Sheriff Gregory Ahern wants to put Alameda County on the map as the first jurisdiction in California to use surveillance drones for law enforcement purposes.
A school district in Texas came under fire earlier this year when it announced that it would require students to wear microchip-embedded ID cards at all times.
Don’t be surprised if you catch a federal fleet of sneaky spy drones soaring over your head in the near future, but don’t be too terrified — it’s all in the name of public safety.
Without comment Justices declined to review a lower court’s Dec. decision dismissing the EFF’s lawsuit challenging the NSA’s warrantless eavesdropping program. Congressional legislation retroactively immunizing the telcos from being sued for cooperat
There was a time when the Department of Homeland Security wasn’t enthusiastic about its drone fleet.
WASHINGTON - Government and business interests amid an NIST steering committee nearly uprooted public interest group representations the week NSTIC grants were awarded to contractors to retrofit government issued ID for handheld devices.
Admission that flyers can film checkpoints reappears on TSA website
Wanna Project?... These were distributed today 10-04-2012... Sneak Peek
Think twice before posting your profile to Facebook.
The Philippines has approved measures to prosecute users that post “defamatory” comments on social media websites such as Twitter and Facebook. They will be liable for a fine of 1 million pesos (US$24,000) or face up to 12 years in prison. Website
Students and parents at two San Antonio schools are in revolt over a program that forces kids to wear RFID tracking name tags which are used to pinpoint their location on campus as well as outside school premises.
The Obama Administration will argue today that warrantless tracking of the location of Americans' mobile devices is perfectly legal, Declan McCullagh of CNET reports.
On top of already ubiquitous surveillance cameras and facial recognition technology, there’s no refuge for Americans as the location of their cars are also relentlessly tracked, report Julia Angwin and Jennifer Valentino-Devries for the Wall Street J
Drones could soon operate without the help of humans. Agence France-Presse is reporting that the Pentagon wants its drones to be more autonomous, so that they can run with little to no assistance from people.
Researchers from the U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center have developed malicious software that can remotely seize control of the camera on an infected smartphone and employ it to spy on the phone’s user.
I have often commented on how many so-called Libertarians take a half-ass stance toward an issue and wind up doing either nothing or worse, harm instead of good.
Federal agency removes web page admitting filming is not prohibited
New Justice Department documents show huge increase in warrantless electronic surveillance
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key has apologized to Kim Dotcom after a report from the Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security found that the government illegally monitored the Megaupload founder.
The fellas at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are calling it, "The Malware that will steal your life," and their doomsaying is not unfounded.
When it comes to spying, eavesdropping on its citizens as well as the complete invasion of American privacy, the first thing that comes to mind is the Patriot ACT and Dubya.
DETAILED information about electricity customers' power usage, which gives insights into when a house is occupied, is being shared with third parties including mail houses, debt collectors, data processing analysts and government agencies.
Several rent-to-own computer companies illegal used software on their computers to secretly record their customers having sex. DesignerWare created the software to help companies track and recover rented computers.
Facebook has been flooded with complaints from users who say some of their old private messages have been re-published publicly on the social network.
BREAKING NEWS: The TSA has announced that due to the threat posed by terrorists who are planning to implant bombs in their own bodies, TSA screeners will now be in place at all public toilets in order to conduct anal probes.
Surveyed, as in, if it wasn't shut off, the NYPD skimmed or "surveyed" most of your information, really your identity and all that goes along with it, straight off your phone.
Encourages Americans to take photographs of “suspicious” persons & vehicles
Homeland Security boss Janet Napolitano told a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee hearing on Wednesday that a blatantly unconstitutional Obama administration executive order is “still being drafted in the inter-agency process