In 2006, the New York Times won the Pulitzer Prize for having revealed that the NSA was eavesdropping on Americans without warrants.
This past January, Laura Poitras received a curious e-mail from an anonymous stranger requesting her public encryption key.
The fear seems to be that Snowden has to be a traitor or Obama is a tyrant. High-ranking Congressmen have been frog walked back before cameras for uttering praise for Snowden. Obama comes forward to assure people Snowden is no patriot.
You may want to think twice before switching your phone setting to WiFi the next time you are in Great Britain. London-based marketing firm Renew’s ORB technology allows trash cans (or seemingly anything for that matter) to spy on people’s habits thr
Consider the power of Edward Snowden.
there is a lucrative and successful use of the NSA’s collection of all communications – the Drug War. A secretive unit of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the Special Operations Division (SOD) has been working with the NSA and its
Ok, all you PC and Android users out there: be warned. The Wall Street Journal just broke the story of FBI agents using malware on smartphones and PCs to listen to individuals suspected of wrong doing.
Update: Snowden commented Friday on the closure of the encrypted email service Lavabit, which he himself has used in the past.
After Strange criticized the Obama Administration over the death of his son, Verizon told him that somebody was listening in on his phone calls.
A young couple have been left heartbroken after planners ordered their unique 'hobbit home' to be bulldozed, effectively leaving them homeless. Charlie Hague and Megan Williams, both 25, built the roundhouse from scratch with their own hands, usin
In the midst of the revelations about the NSA's sweeping surveillance program, many people held out hope that the news reports simply weren't true—they are—while others clung to the idea that they could somehow protect themselves.
The Obama administration on Friday asserted a bold and broad power to collect the phone records of millions of Americans in order to search for a nugget of information that might thwart a terrorist attack.
Details of a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration program that feeds tips to federal agents and then instructs them to alter the investigative trail were published in a manual used by agents of the Internal Revenue Service for two years.
An important New York Times investigation reporting the NSA "is searching the contents of vast amounts of Americans’ e-mail and texting" coupled with leaked documents published by the Guardian, demonstrates government is lying under oath to us.
Silent Circle's CEO Michael Janke admitted that some of its high-profile users would likely have authorities sniffing around soon. In the meantime, Silent Circle's phone, video and text encryption systems are still up and running.
DEA and NSA Team Up to Share Intelligence, Leading to Secret Use of Surveillance in Ordinary Investigations
In the late 1980’s, an old friend of mine based in Moscow was calling her husband in the USA late one night. She said it was a “typical dumb husband/wife call,” mostly about a broken garage door.
The National Security Agency is searching the contents of vast amounts of Americans’ e-mail and text communications into and out of the country, hunting for people who mention information about foreigners under surveillance,
Weeks of revelations about secret U.S. surveillance programs could stymie progress on negotiations over new laws and regulations meant to beef up the country's defenses against the growing threat of cyber attacks, cyber security experts say.
A 350-word entry in the Internal Revenue Manual instructed agents of the U.S. tax agency to omit any reference to tips supplied by the DEA's Special Operations Division, especially from affidavits, court proceedings or investigative files.
"The odds of dying in a terrorist attack are a lot lower than they are of dying in a car accident, unfortunately."
The following information comes from Reuters ... The NSA is spying on you and sharing this information with the DEA The DEA is then sharing this information with local law enforcement
It's illegal, but that's kind of the point.
In 2001, the Patriot Act opened the door to US government monitoring of Americans without a warrant.
► He discusses the IMMUNITY of the Senate floor and Senators from ANY prosecution for WHATEVER they have the BALLS to publicly say (or read) into the record... but that it took Snowden's courage to disclose while they 'hide'.
This was a disgusting incident in Eugene, Oregon, on August 4, 2013. The police department was helping Department of Human Services take this child from his mother because a former boyfriend had somehow obtained custody. The child was backhanded by t
As former U.S. security contractor Edward Snowden settles into a new, albeit temporary, home in Russia, he’s left a storm of questions about mass surveillance in his wake. Part of the famous fugitive’s deal with Moscow is that he’s not allowed to
In a crackdown that FBI claims to be about hunting down pedophiles, half of the onion sites in the TOR network has been compromised, including the e-mail counterpart of TOR deep web, TORmail.
In 2001, the Patriot Act opened the door to US government monitoring of Americans without a warrant. It was unconstitutional, but most in Congress over my strong objection were so determined to do something after the attacks of 9/11 that they did not
A secretive Drug Enforcement Administration unit is funneling information from intelligence intercepts, wiretaps, informants and a massive database of telephone records to authorities across the nation to help them launch criminal investigations of A