German Intelligence Spied on BBC, Reuters For Years

Saturday, February 25, 2017
By Paul Martin 25.02.2017 German intelligence has spied on the editorial offices of the mainstream international media for many years, German Spiegel Online magazine reported. According to the magazine, since 1999 Germany’s Federal Intelligence Service (BND) has tapped at least 50 telephone numbers, fax and e-mail addresses of international editorial offices according to their so called... »

Obama Expanded NSA Powers Days Before Leaving Office, Now They’re Being Used to Sabotage Trump

Thursday, February 16, 2017
By Paul Martin

Chris Menahan InformationLiberation Feb. 16, 2017 After President Trump won the election, Obama quietly expanded the NSA’s ability to spy on innocent Americans just days before leaving office. Seeing as how the deep state, which includes the NSA and FBI, appear to be leaking all of Trump’s private phone calls with foreign leaders and... »

New video details how SPIES on your most private thoughts, fetishes and conversations

Friday, February 10, 2017
By Paul Martin

by: Mike Adams Friday, February 10, 2017 isn’t merely a massive retailer; it’s also a dangerous spy machine that collects detailed profiles of your most private thoughts, fetishes and conversations. Every device you use is actually a surveillance collection interface that’s translating your thoughts, beliefs and conversations into a “psychological profile”... »

A Billion Dollars Of Federally Funded Paranoia

Wednesday, February 8, 2017
By Paul Martin

by James Bovard via The Mises Institute, Feb 7, 2017 When it comes to mindless excess in the war on terror, it is difficult to compete with the 70+ fusion centers bankrolled by the Department of Homeland Security. They began to be set up around the nation shortly after 9/11 as federal-state-local partnerships... »


Tuesday, February 7, 2017
By Paul Martin

“For all of these uses, Defendants provide highly specific, second-by-second information about television viewing,” FTC lawyers wrote in Monday’s complaint. “Each line of a report provides viewing information about a single television. In a securities filing, Vizio states that its data analytics program, for example, ‘provides highly specific viewing behavior data on a massive... »

Black Hawk helicopters brought in to beef up Super Bowl security: Army aircraft will help enforce 30-mile no-fly zone around the stadium

Saturday, February 4, 2017
By Paul Martin

Two Black Hawk helicopters will circle Houston’s NRG Stadium on Sunday The Black Hawks are part of US Customs and Border Patrol’s security measures There’s a temporary 30-mile restricted airspace around the stadium By JORDAN GASS-POORE DAILYMAIL.COM 4 February 2017 Black Hawk helicopters will monitor the skies above Houston on Super Bowl Sunday. US... »

Genetically engineered cyborg dragonflies now being weaponized for surveillance missions

Wednesday, February 1, 2017
By Paul Martin

by: Daniel Barker Wednesday, February 01, 2017 Imagine a swarm of genetically-engineered cyborg insects capable of flying around undetected while engaging in spying and other activities on behalf of government intelligence, the military or law enforcement agencies – or for that matter, a foreign power or terrorist organization. It may sound like science... »

FBI ‘secret rules’ reveal spying on journalists among trove of hidden powers – report

Tuesday, January 31, 2017
By Paul Martin 31 Jan, 2017 A new report published by the Intercept reveals the FBI’s wide-ranging powers from the surveillance of journalists to the treatment of informants after the investigative news site acquired a trove of confidential FBI documents. The 11-part series led by Intercept reporter Cora Currier sheds light on the bureau’s vast secret... »

KFC’s new facial recognition system a disturbing cocktail of the surveillance state and a toxic food supply laced with MSG

Thursday, January 26, 2017
By Paul Martin

by: Robert Jonathan Thursday, January 26, 2017 Artificial intelligence has arrived at one Beijing fast-food restaurant… but its not without some rather nefarious side effects. A KFC outlet in the city’s financial district now uses facial recognition software to predict what a customer might order. Partnering with KFC, tech firm Baidu, often described... »

President Trump’s Attorney General Will Continue The Surveillance State

Saturday, January 21, 2017
By Paul Martin

By Derrick Broze JANUARY 21, 2017 President Trump’s nomination for Attorney General is a disaster waiting to happen. Following his victory in the U.S. Presidential election, Donald J. Trump began the process of nominating candidates for various positions in his administration. Trump’s picks so far been more of the same – banksters with... »

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