With Section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act set to expire at the end of the year, Congress is scurrying to find a way to preserve the post-9/11 authority for the government to conduct mass surveillance of US citizens' communications.
The idea that the smart devices in your home and on your phone are listening to you--and recording what you are saying--is nothing new, and many Americans have become complacent with the breach of their privacy because of the convenience provided b
THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION is pushing hard for the reauthorization of a key 2008 surveillance law -- section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, known as FISA -- three months before it sunsets in December.
A subscale demonstrator of the SR-72 hypersonic spyplane was reportedly spied at Lockheed's facilities in California.
Tucker Carlson unloaded on U.S. intelligence and the mainstream media Tuesday on Fox News, alleging that American institutions are "deeply corrupt."
After the revelation that former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was wiretapped both before and after the election, CNN was forced to acknowledge that President Trump may have been right when he accused Obama of wiretapping Trump Tower.
The FBI had wiretapped President Trump's campaign chairman Paul Manafort before and after the election, contrary to what former FBI Director James Comey suggested earlier this year.
President Donald Trump's Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his director of National Intelligence Dan Coats sent a letter on September 7 to the leaders of the House and Senate demanding Title VII of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA)
refrigerators that record everything you say...(Natural News) It's official: Privacy in the 'technology age' is officially dead, and it's not very likely that genie can be put back into the bottle.
It's a train wreck for personal privacy, but the House is letting self-driving cars loose in America; the Senate must now confirm the action. With continuous data transmission from the instant you set foot in your car, geospatial intelligence will
Google has taken the unprecedented step of burying material, mostly from websites on the political right, that it has deemed to be inappropriate. The problem, however, is that the world's largest search engine is a left-leaning company with an ax t
Kafka's The Trial can be read in retrospect as a prelude to the Twentieth/Twenty-First century. Although probably not written as prophecy, Kafka's short unfinished book nevertheless provides a road map to the terrors of the current Surveillance S
Mike and I discussed the likely chain of events leading to WW III. However, we mostly discussed the fact that Google is ushering in the Mark of the Beast.
When do-gooders and governments begin proposing their use to track society's undesirables, I hope that you have the courage to stand up for their rights. For by defending their rights, you defend your own.
What's stopping the American government from recording your phone calls, reading your emails and monitoring your location? Very little, says surveillance and cybersecurity counsel Jennifer Granick.
California passed a law boosting police transparency on cellphone surveillance. Here's why it's not working
China's ubiquitous surveillance combines facial recognition software and artificial intelligence to track 'persons of interest' that may pose a threat to city life. This includes sophisticated pre-crime analysis that is supposed to spot crimina
If you were to be caught while secretly recording somebody else's conversation, you would be tried, convicted and thrown in jail. Google does it millions of times each day, and authorities yawn. ? TN Editor
Lockheed revealed the first images from an experimental, ultra-thin optical instrument, showing it could be possible to shrink space telescopes to a sliver of the size of today's systems while maintaining equivalent resolution.
As we've reported, at least two companies, one in the US, and one in Sweden, have begun offering their employees optional microchip implants. In theory, the chips make life easier by allowing employees to effortlessly open locked doors and pay for
Mass surveillance is about control. It's promulgators may well claim, and even believe, that it is about control for the greater good, a control that is needed to keep a cap on disorder, to be fully vigilant to the next threat.
At this point, after the Titanpointe revelations, it's more than a fair question.
China working on 'repression network' which lets cameras identify cars – and humans – with unprecedented accuracy
For the past two weeks the residents of Seattle have been witnessing a very strange occurrence.
All-in-One Handheld Device Locates Transmitters, Cameras, Bugs, and GPS Trackers
Nobody seems to know who specifically the aircraft belongs to or what it's up to, but based on its configuration, its capabilities are pretty clear.
Delta Air Lines is testing automated boarding gates and a new boarding process at a few gates at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
Citing concerns over surveillance, safety and potential trauma to the public, a majority of Los Angeles County Sheriff Civilian Oversight commissioners Thursday expressed that they want Sheriff Jim McDonnell to stop flying a drone used in law enforce
The National Security Agency and FBI violated specific civil liberty protections during the Obama administration by improperly searching and disseminating raw intelligence on Americans....
Although not required, chipping is socially demanding and will establish two classes of workers: those who have and those who don't. Technocrats do because they can, not because it is particularly smart. ? TN Editor