WMR has learned from a knowlegable National Security Agency (NSA) source that agency employees are using various NSA data mining and surveillance systems, including PRISM meta-data and phone call transcripts, to snoop on their wives and ex-spouses. I
The US government only searched for detailed information on calls involving fewer than 300 specific phone numbers among the millions of raw phone records collected by the National Security Agency in 2012, according to the government
Protesters took to the streets in Hong Kong Saturday to show their support for NSA leaker Edward Snowden and demand a "thorough explanation" of the secret surveillance program he exposed.
CBS News said Friday that it has confirmed a computer used by one of its Washington reporters, Sharyl Attkisson, was breached by an unknown intruder and that the hack appeared to be “sophisticated.”
"I am not here as a serf or vassal. I am not begging my lords for mercy. I'm a born free American woman, wife, mother and citizen. And I'm telling my government that you've forgotten your place.
New this morning from The Guardian:
The Huffington Post has obtained talking points instructing members of Congress on how to defend two controversial surveillance programs operated by the National Security Agency.
The rabbit hole just got deeper. A whole lot deeper.
And we thought Hollywood was over the edge when they were suing 14-year-old girls for downloading Madonna songs. Ha! That was nothing!
While working for U.S. intelligence agencies, Edward Snowden had another secret identity: an online commentator who anonymously railed against citizen surveillance and corporate greed.
"Ex-NSA official on Snowden and the U.S. spy leviathan" Reuters Interview
The name card at the Senate hearing read, “Hon. General Keith B. Alexander,” but layering on the extra honorific title was not enough to change the sad reality that the National Security Agency’s director — a proven prevaricator — was not “honorable.
Meet William Binney, a 32 year veteran of the NSA, and now, whistle blower. This short ‘Op-Doc’ is only 8 minutes long and is well worth your time. Mr Binney is a compeling witness against exactly what the NSA is doing, because it is his programs t
Prism explained... Fiber optic internet feed cables to major companies tapped by NSA BEFORE reaching the companies servers. Hence the name Prism. AT&T’s Role in Dragnet Surveillance of Millions of Its Customers AT&T leaks sensitive info in NSA sui
Blanket surveillance is about covering up government corruption and chilling free speech, not catching terrorists
Establishment politicians from both major political parties are rushing to defend the NSA and condemn whistleblower Edward Snowden.
The rest of the world has found out that the U.S. government has been listening to their phone calls and watching what they do on the Internet and they do not like it one bit.
The federal surveillance programs revealed in media reports are just "the tip of the iceberg," a House Democrat said Wednesday.
Suddenly, it feels like 2000 again. Back then, surveillance programs like Carnivore, Echelon, and Total Information Awareness helped spark a surge in electronic privacy awareness.
Ex-CIA contractor speaks to reporter from secret location in Hong Kong, revealing fresh details of US surveillance, pressure on Hong Kong, snooping and cyber attacks on China.
al cuppett was a guest here at glpvc back in 2010 he talked about how he was found to be on one of those lists al cuppet video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QNJk4heNDM
America will never be a “no drone zone.” That must be acknowledged from the outset. There is too much money to be made on drones, for one, and too many special interest groups...who have a vested interest in ensuring that drones are here to stay.
The Republican and Democratic parties have achieved a bipartisan purpose in uniting against the public’s need to know about massive surveillance programs and the need to redefine privacy in a more surveillance friendly image. They have also united in
In his new book, A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State (SelectBooks, 2013), constitutional attorney John W. Whitehead paints a chilling portrait of a nation in the final stages of transformation into a police state, complete with
Barry Hess joins Ernest in studio to discuss libertarian issues - John Whitehead (Rutherford Institute) comes on to discuss new book, A Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State - Charles Goyette provides us with a market update
Home Deport Co-Founder Ken Langone told Neil Cavuto the NSA leaker Edward Snowden should be celebrated. "I'd throw a party for him. I'd congratulate him. I'd say thank you for helping protect America's privacy rights. That's what I'd do for him... I
Google downplayed its role in a secret government surveillance program, detailing how it typically hands over data to federal officials. When faced with a court order, the tech giant said, it uses surprisingly simple and low-tech methods,
Jacob G. Hornberger pointedly asks: Who Were the Patriots and Traitors in Nazi Germany? and how this question bears a striking relevance to events unfolding in contemporary America.
Note: Filling in for Sam Seder in this clip is Majority Report producers Matt Binder Michael Brooks. The NSA leaks has brought an old, yet very relevant story into the spotlight. CEO of Qwest, Joseph P. Nacchio, was asked to by the NSA to wiretap
James Bamford is the expert's expert in investigative journalism relating to the NSA and the National Security State. Read his "Connecting the Dots on PRISM, Phone Surveillance, and the NSA’s Massive Spy Center," as well as his earlier articles: