New Snowden Docs Reveal GCHQ’s Metadata Collection Details…(1984 Britain!)

Thursday, February 4, 2016
By Paul Martin 05.02.2016 Currently wanted by the US government for revealing the extent of the NSA domestic and global spying apparatus, whistleblower Edward Snowden’s latest leak reveals that Britain’s GCHQ also collected enormous amounts of metadata. The leak includes a 96-page e-book written in 2011 by the Heilbronn Institute for Mathematical Research in Bristol, as... »

US government uses fake cell towers on low-level spy planes to map physical location of all cell phone users

Sunday, January 31, 2016
By Paul Martin

by: Daniel Barker Sunday, January 31, 2016 It seems that Big Brother never tires of finding new methods for keeping an eye on us. The latest revelation involves a scheme that has been in progress for the last seven years, in which small aircraft are being used to collect information from cellphones by... »

Hearings in Secret: Congress, FISA and Warrantless Surveillance

Saturday, January 30, 2016
By Paul Martin

By Binoy Kampmark Global Research January 29, 2016 It should seem axiomatic to Congressional credibility that the people’s representatives should have hearings about the Republic’s affairs in the open. If they are put there by citizens to represent citizens, the all seeing eye of the sovereign public should be present to oversee their performance.... »

America’s “Insider Threat Program and Personnel Security Reform”: 100,000 Military, Civilian and Contractor Personnel under Surveillance

Friday, January 29, 2016
By Paul Martin

By Steven Aftergood Global Research January 29, 2016 The Department of Defense “is moving forward with the development of its insider threat and personnel security reform efforts,” wrote Michael G. Vickers, then-Under Secretary of Defense (Intelligence) in an April 2015 report to Congress that was released last month under the Freedom of Information Act.... »


Monday, January 25, 2016
By Paul Martin 01/25/2016 The National Institute for Justice is seeking applications in 2016 for a grant program focused on “research and technology development leading to the introduction into practice of new, innovative means for: collecting digital evidence from mobile devices or large-scale computer networks, or for detecting human images.” The research is meant to create... »

Google, Yahoo and other tech companies provided ‘full assistance’ to NSA spying on Americans, says agency lawyer

Thursday, January 21, 2016
By Paul Martin

by: J. D. Heyes Thursday, January 21, 2016 A senior lawyer for the National Security Agency(NSA) recently admitted that his employer essentially gets help from some top media and technology companies to violate the Fourth Amendment protections of millions of Americans. The lawyer, Rajesh De, who is the general counsel for the NSA,... »

Davos Insiders: Self-Driving Cars Spy on You

Tuesday, January 19, 2016
By Paul Martin

Autonomous cars function as ground-based surveillance drones Kit Daniels Prison January 19, 2016 Self-driving cars operate as ground-based surveillance drones collecting images and data on both drivers and the public at large, according to World Economic Forum insiders. “The availability and resolution of imaging from satellites, drones, self-driving cars and more will continue... »

Government merges closer with corporations to step up surveillance as US heads into total fascism

Wednesday, January 13, 2016
By Paul Martin

by: J. D. Heyes Wednesday, January 13, 2016 For a while after former NSA contractor Edward Snowden blew the whistle on the spy agency’s massive collection of personal data on tens of millions of Americans, it appeared as though there might be some genuine reform of how the intelligence community operates. In August... »

Court Rules Bosses Can Snoop on Private Messages in Work Time

Wednesday, January 13, 2016
By Paul Martin 13.01.2016 The European Court of Human Rights has ruled that it is not “unreasonable” for bosses to read the content of private messages of employees in a landmark ruling that critics say blurs the line between illegal monitoring and checking the legal activity of employees. The court found that Romanian Bogdan Mihai Barbulescu... »

Government Software Calculates Your ‘Threat Score’ And Categorizes Citizens As Red, Yellow Or Green

Wednesday, January 13, 2016
By Paul Martin

By Michael Snyder January 12th, 2016 Do you know what your “threat score” is? Today, more than 90 percent of all local police departments and nearly all government agencies employ some sort of technological surveillance. One of the most common applications is called “Beware”, and it scans billions of “arrest reports, property records,... »

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