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Germany Expels CIA Chief Over Spying Scandal Amid “Deep Rift”

You know things are not going your way when a long-time ally and peer in the world’s power structure ‘shuns’ you. On the heels of the exposure of a 2nd “spy case”, Germany has had enough… *GERMANY EXPELS U.S. DIPLOMAT OVER … Continue reading

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The NSA Claims it is “Too Big to Comply” with a Court Order

by Michael Krieger The fact that that the NSA is now claiming it is “Too Big to Comply” with a court order is an extremely important revelation since it further proves that the super rich and super powerful are in no way … Continue reading

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House votes to shut down NSA phone-snooping

In an overwhelmingly bipartisan vote that would have been unthinkable just a few months ago, the House on Thursday approved a bill to cancel the government’s bulk-data collection programs, including the NSA’s phone-records snooping. Less than a year after the … Continue reading

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Will US expand NSA surveillance?

The federal government may actually expand the controversial surveillance program that collects Americans’ phone records in a bid to preserve evidence for the multiple lawsuits filed against the National Security Agency, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. The decision comes despite President … Continue reading

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NSA reform stalls in committee

Legislation to rein in the National Security Agency’s surveillance programs has stalled in the House and Senate. More than 130 House lawmakers in both parties have signed on as co-sponsors to legislation that would prevent the NSA from collecting bulk … Continue reading

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First Look: NSA Role In US Assassination Program

by Sam Culper III Pierre Omidyar (billionaire of eBay fame) and Glenn Greenwald (former Guardian journalist who aided the Snowden Op) launched a news media venture called First Look.  And what was their First Look? A look inside NSA cooperation … Continue reading

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THE RULE OF LAW VERSUS THE NSA

by Jacob G. Hornberger When a system depends on trusting public officials with the exercise of totalitarian powers, that is the opposite of a free society. A free society necessarily is based on a governmental system in which the government does … Continue reading

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Boeing Loses $4.5B Contract With Brazil, NSA Leaks Cited

Boeing lost out on a $4.5 billion contract with the Brazilian Air Force in what industry insiders consider to be part of the ongoing fallout from revelations of NSA snooping on foreign governments revealed by the traitor Edward Snowden. The … Continue reading

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Obama and NSA to the American People (and Congress): F@ck Off

Americans want NSA spying reined in. But a poll from November showed that only 11% of Americans trust Obama to actually do anything to rein in spying. We were right to be skeptical … Today, Obama announced his fake “reforms” … and he’s not doing anything but putting … Continue reading

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NSA can use radio technology to spy on offline computers

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Welcome to Amerika. We live in 1984 on steroids. David DeGerolamo

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President’s goal for NSA reform — no more Edward Snowdens

The Obama administration plans to overhaul the nation’s security clearance system to prevent future intelligence leaks like the one by former defense contractor Edward Snowden. The changes, part of a package of reforms President Obama is expected to announce Friday … Continue reading

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The Implications of an NSA Backdoor Here…

So assuming that there is, indeed, an NSA backdoor in DUAL_EC_DRBG, what does that mean for the security of the systems that use it? It’s a bit nuanced, so stick with me here. First the good news: Given the public … Continue reading

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Saab wins Brazil jet deal after NSA spying sours Boeing bid

Brazil awarded a $4.5 billion contract to Saab AB on Wednesday to replace its aging fleet of fighter jets, a surprise coup for the Swedish company after news of U.S. spying on Brazilians helped derail Boeing’s chances for the deal. … … Continue reading

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Judge Rules NSA’s “Indiscriminate & Arbitrary” Invasion Of Privacy Likely Unconstitutional

A federal judge ruled Monday that the National Security Agency program which collects information on nearly all telephone calls made to, from or within the United States is likely to be unconstitutional. As Politico reports, Judge Richard Leon blasted, “I cannot … Continue reading

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Where Are the Congressional Hearings on Illegal Surveillance?

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