DHS run police departments are using ‘ShotSpotter’ to spy on public conversations

Wednesday, January 14, 2015
By Paul Martin Wednesday, January 14, 2015 Camden, NJ — Old technology has found a new use in keeping streets safe and reducing crime in Camden. As CBS2’s Kris Van Cleave reported, police can now pinpoint locations when shots are fired. Gun fire on the streets of Camden can be captured by ‘Shotspotter’ a series of... »

Government Surveillance: A Greater Threat Than Terrorism

Wednesday, January 14, 2015
By Paul Martin

Ted Baumann Activist Wednesday, January 14, 2015 The man sat on the floor, awkwardly wedged into the far corner of his apartment, his knees drawn up under his chin. The faltering light from the dirty window barely illuminated the book balanced on his knees. Periodically he bent closer to see the words as... »

X22 Report: Governments Are Now Removing The People’s Rights With Terror

Tuesday, January 13, 2015
By Paul Martin

Greeks stop paying taxes and are continually withdrawing money from the banks. The unemployment numbers are manipulated according to John Williams. Out of ~3000 counties in the US only 65 recovered from the 2008 recession. UK, France, Spain and the US increase efforts to violate the peoples rights by spying on them. Afghan General... »

America’s Political Police Connected to NSA’s Surveillance Grid

Monday, January 12, 2015
By Paul Martin

New York Times insists capability targets only foreign terrorists Kurt Nimmo Prison January 12, 2015 The New York Times reports the FBI is now integrated in the NSA surveillance apparatus. In order to minimize the fact such a development is destructive of the Fourth Amendment rights of Americans, The Times perpetuates the myth... »

US Politicians Take Advantage of France Terror Attack to Call for More NSA Spying

Saturday, January 10, 2015
By Paul Martin

Carey Wedler Activist Saturday, January 10, 2015 Following the abominable shooting of Parisian journalists at Charlie Hebdo, United States politicians and officials are predictably claiming that mass surveillance of citizens is the solution to terrorism. Former CIA director Michael Hayden told MSBNC: …metadata doesn’t look all that scary this morning, and I wouldn’t... »

How Many of These Secret Surveillance Programs Do You Know About?

Sunday, January 4, 2015
By Paul Martin

Vladimir Platov Activist Sunday, January 4, 2015 According to various publications in the American and foreign media, the United States has created a global system of cyber espionage that allows the interception and processing of personal data around the globe in violation of fundamental human rights. Tapped phones, intercepted short messages, supervised discussions... »

D.C.-Area Schools Track Students with 30,000 Surveillance Cameras

Saturday, January 3, 2015
By Paul Martin

Police given access to watch students in real-time Mikael Thalen Prison January 2, 2014 Public schools throughout the Washington, D.C.-area are being outfitted with thousands of surveillance cameras despite little to no input from students and parents. According to an investigation by News4, more than 30,000 cameras are currently operating throughout multiple school... »

Media blackout: It’s not just the NSA sneaking things our a PR backdoor, but the entire government has voted on and passed legislation within the past two weeks that has drastically increased the Federal Government’s online surveillance and data retention practices.

Saturday, December 27, 2014
By Paul Martin December 27th, 2014 The NSA quietly dropped 12 years worth of internal reports on Christmas Eve, including reports that were illegally withheld and the subject of a FOIA lawsuit in 2009. NSA Reports to the President’s Intelligence Oversight Board (IOB) Executive Summary Following a classification review, the National Security Agency (NSA) is releasing... »

New NSA reports show spy agency routinely collected intel on Americans

Saturday, December 27, 2014
By Paul Martin December 26, 2014 Hundreds of pages of reports previously classified top-secret were released by the National Security Agency on Christmas Eve. They reveal dozens of instances of the NSA unlawfully spying on United States citizens over the last decade. The cache of files — a collection of quarterly and annual reports sent from... »


Monday, December 22, 2014
By Paul Martin

By Aliya Sternstein Dec. 22, 2014 A New Year’s goal of the federal office responsible for averting employee leaks is to make a career out of catching so-called insider threats. It is a delicate task to simultaneously guard hard-working federal personnel and expose the bad apples. And it takes different talents than those... »

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