SURVEILLANCE

Spying and storing: Assange says ‘Google works like NSA’

Saturday, September 20, 2014
By Paul Martin

RT.com September 20, 2014 WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange equated Google with the National Security Agency and GCHQ, saying the tech giant has become “a privatized version of the NSA,” as it collects, stores, and indexes people’s data. He made his remarks to BBC and Sky News. “Google’s business model is the spy. It makes... »

How to Disable MRAP Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected Light Armored Vehicles

Friday, September 19, 2014
By Paul Martin

Allselfsustained.com As of 2013, constitutional Americans have witnessed an increase in hostile posturing by the federal government. These hostile actions were clearly outlined by the CMF Website Administrator in the article ‘The American Government continues to target Preppers’. One of the most notable actions outlined in this article was the purchase of 2,700 MRAP... »

Homeland Security orders retailers to spy on their own customers

Thursday, September 18, 2014
By Paul Martin

by: J. D. Heyes NaturalNews.com Thursday, September 18, 2014 The federal government is asking Americans to spy on each other again, not coincidentally over the 13th anniversary of 9/11 because, you know, that’ll prevent new terrorist attacks or, at a minimum, result in a reduction in the sale of food preparation appliances, which might... »

Nowhere To Hide As Minority Report-Style Facial Recognition Technology Spreads Across America

Wednesday, September 17, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Michael Snyder TheEconomicCollapseBlog.com September 17th, 2014 What is our society going to look like when our faces are being tracked literally everywhere that we go? As part of the FBI’s new Next Generation Identification System, a facial recognition database known as the Interstate Photo System will have collected 52 million of our faces... »

Airborne military craft to conduct facial recognition from the sky

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
By Paul Martin

by: J. D. Heyes NaturalNews.com Tuesday, September 16, 2014 The era of privacy — or, at least, the era of the expectation of privacy in the U.S., the first nation in history to even recognize it as an inherent right — appears to officially be over. And of course, it’s all for our own... »

“Police State Down Under”, Mass Surveillance in New Zealand: Tapping the South Cross Sea Cable

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Binoy Kampmark Global Research September 16, 2014 The Southern Cross undersea cable network is extensive, linking Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Hawaii to the skeletal framework of the west coast of the United States. In the ownership stakes, Telecom New Zealand has an even half, with Australia’s second largest telecommunications provider SingTel Optus... »

Governments spy on journalists with weaponized malware – WikiLeaks

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
By Paul Martin

RT.com September 16, 2014 Journalists and dissidents are under the microscope of intelligence agencies, Wikileaks revealed in its fourth SpyFiles series. A German software company that produces computer intrusion systems has supplied many secret agencies worldwide. The weaponized surveillance malware, popular among intelligence agencies for spying on “journalists, activists and political dissidents,” is produced... »

FBI facial recognition database that can pick you out from a crowd in CCTV shots is now ‘fully operational’

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
By Paul Martin

Developers have spent 3 years on Next Generation Identification system Today they have finished installing it in 18,000 bureaus across the USA Detectives will be able to search 52m faces by 2015, it currently holds 8m Critics warn the recognition system is ineffective and has low success rate The program will replace fingerprint system,... »

Navy Illegally Hacking ‘All Civilian Computers’ in Several States

Monday, September 15, 2014
By Paul Martin

“It has become a routine practice for the Navy to conduct surveillance of all the civilian computers in an entire state…” Mikael Thalen Infowars.com September 15, 2014 The Navy’s primary law enforcement agency has been conducting illegal surveillance operations against countless civilian computers for the past several years, a federal appeals court found last... »

Despite Obama’s Pledge to Curb It, NSA Mass Surveillance Wins Rubber Stamp

Sunday, September 14, 2014
By Paul Martin

Mass surveillance just earned another 90-day blank check, nine months after President Obama promised to rein in the NSA’s spying powers. By Dustin Volz NationalJournal.com September 13, 2014 In the face of congressional inaction, a federal court on Friday renewed an order allowing the government to collect phone records on virtually all calls within... »

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