NSA Trojan Firmware Widespread, U.S. International Tech Reputation May Suffer. Tech Privacy has Been a Myth.

Tuesday, February 17, 2015
By Paul Martin

By: GoldCore Tuesday, 17 February 2015 New NSA spying scandal emerges, highlighting the scale of cyber wars – Agency can access hard-drives made by major U.S. producers – Computers in over 30 countries, including NATO allies, were hacked – Iran and Russia were main targets – Revelations may impact technology sector in the... »

Moscow-Based Security Firm Reveals What May Be The Biggest NSA “Backdoor Exploit” Ever

Tuesday, February 17, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden 02/16/2015 In a world in which the NSA’s fingerprints are already on every form of electronic communication and information exchange, the latest revelation – conveniently presented by a Russian-based security firm – may have just implicated the US digital supespy agency in the biggest “backdoor” infiltration scandal of all time…... »

HUGE SPY PROGRAM EXPOSED: NSA has hidden software in hard drives around the world

Monday, February 16, 2015
By Paul Martin

JOSEPH MENN, REUTERS FEB. 16, 2015 SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The U.S. National Security Agency has figured out how to hide spying software deep within hard drives made by Western Digital, Seagate, Toshiba and other top manufacturers, giving the agency the means to eavesdrop on the majority of the world’s computers, according to... »

Preventing dissent How Britain’s new police state will radicalise us all

Sunday, February 15, 2015
By Paul Martin

by Nafeez Ahmed Feb. 13, 2015 INSURGE INTELLIGENCE, a new crowd-funded investigative journalism project, explores the dystopian implications of Britain’s new Counter Terrorism and Security Bill, and the efforts to rush it through without public scrutiny. Counter-terrorism experts who have worked on the frontlines of the UK’s battle against extremism reveal exclusively to... »


Thursday, February 12, 2015
By Paul Martin

‘Internet of Things’ could have “catastrophic consequences” by PAUL JOSEPH WATSON FEBRUARY 12, 2015 Global security futurist Marc Goodman warns that smart meters may one day be able to detect what television programs people are watching, another example of how the ‘Internet of Things’ threatens to jeopardize privacy. Goodman, who has previously worked... »

Samsung Admits Private Conversations Being Sent to Internet Server

Monday, February 9, 2015
By Paul Martin

Smart TVs prompt privacy backlash Paul Joseph Watson Prison February 8, 2015 In responding to privacy concerns over their Smart TVs recording private conversations and sending them to a third party, Samsung admitted that voice data is “sent to a server” during the process. Infowars first reported on the issue three months ago... »

EU wants to snoop on Skype to combat terrorist threat – report

Saturday, February 7, 2015
By Paul Martin February 06, 2015 The EU agency for judicial cooperation says the bloc needs to develop a common approach to lawfully intercept services like Skype and Viber, to help keep track of European militants arriving back home from the Middle East. The measures were outlined in a Eurojust report, which was discussed by a... »

Mass Surveillance, Secrecy and “Intelligence Sharing”: Prism and Upstream. The Illegality of UK-US “Bulk Collection”

Saturday, February 7, 2015
By Paul Martin

By Binoy Kampmark Global Research February 07, 2015 “The world owes Edward Snowden a great debt for blowing the whistle, and today’s decision is a vindication of his actions.” – Eric King, deputy director of Privacy International, Feb 6, 2014 It is a relationship seemingly beyond question – the sharing of intercepted data between... »

64 Percent Of News Reporters Believe That Obama Is Spying On Them

Friday, February 6, 2015
By Paul Martin

By Michael Snyder February 5th, 2015 Is it okay for Barack Obama to spy on reporters? Is it okay for government spooks to record their calls, monitor their online activity and collect their emails whenever they want? Well, according to a shocking new poll conducted by Pew Research, 64 percent of investigative journalists... »

Former NSA director: The govt. spies on “interesting” – not “bad” – people

Thursday, February 5, 2015
By Paul Martin Thursday, February 5, 2015 Michael Hayden laughs about gov’t surveillance, of Americans. thinks their should be no oversight: In a speech at Washington and Lee University, Michael Hayden, a former head of both the CIA and NSA, opined on signals intelligence under the Constitution, arguing that what the 4th Amendment forbids changed after... »

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