You Want a Picture of the Future? Imagine a Boot Stamping on Your Face…”Much like Orwell’s Big Brother in 1984, the government and its corporate spies now watch our every move.”

Monday, July 3, 2017
By Paul Martin

By John W. Whitehead July 03, 2017 “The Internet is watching us now. If they want to. They can see what sites you visit. In the future, television will be watching us, and customizing itself to what it knows about us. The thrilling thing is, that will make us feel we’re part of... »

WikiLeaks Releases Files on CIA Spying Geo-Location Malware for WiFi Devices

Wednesday, June 28, 2017
By Paul Martin 28.06.2017 The WikiLeaks whistleblowing website published documents, showing how ELSA malware is allegedly used by US intelligence services to collect geolocation data from WiFi-enabled devices. MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The WikiLeaks whistleblowing website on Wednesday released a new batch of CIA documents from the so-called Vault 7 project, showing how ELSA malware is allegedly... »

The Age of No Privacy: The Surveillance State Shifts Into High Gear

Tuesday, June 27, 2017
By Paul Martin

By John W. Whitehead June 26, 2017 “We are rapidly entering the age of no privacy, where everyone is open to surveillance at all times; where there are no secrets from government.” ― William O. Douglas, Supreme Court Justice, dissenting in Osborn v. United States, 385 U.S. 341 (1966) The government has become... »

Brutal Kangaroo: Wikileaks Exposes How CIA Hacks Computers Not Connected To Internet

Monday, June 26, 2017
By Paul Martin

TIM BROWN FREEDOMOUTPOST.COM JUNE 26, 2017 Wikileaks has been at the forefront of exposing how the Central Intelligence Agency through the leaks of what has become to known as Vault 7 documents. In their latest release, Wikileaks exposes how the CIA is able to hack into computers, even if they are not connected to... »

#Vault7: CIA’s secret cyberweapon can infiltrate world’s most secure networks

Thursday, June 22, 2017
By Paul Martin 22 Jun, 2017 WikiLeaks’ latest release in its Vault7 series details how the CIA’s alleged ‘Brutal Kangaroo’ program is being used to penetrate the most secure networks in the world. Brutal Kangaroo, a tool suite for Microsoft Windows, targets closed air gapped networks by using thumb drives, according to WikiLeaks. Air gapping is... »

It Wasn’t Just The NSA: Germany Spied On The White House For Years

Thursday, June 22, 2017
By Paul Martin

by Tyler Durden Jun 22, 2017 One of the profound revelations from the data released by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden was that in addition to spying on its own citizens, the NSA engaged in aggressive espionage on some of America’s closest allies, most notably Angela Merkel and her Blackberry. It now turns out... »

The Final Government Objective: Enslave or Kill Us All

Wednesday, June 21, 2017
By Paul Martin

Jeremiah Johnson June 21st, 2017 In the world situation, we are all aware of the “hot spots,” such as North Korea, Syria, and Ukraine that could escalate into a full-blown regional war and then expand even further, either on their own or with “assistance” from governments and oligarchs alike. We also have seen... »

The CIA has been hacking dozens of Wi-Fi routers and using them as covert listening points for at least a DECADE, leaked documents reveal

Monday, June 19, 2017
By Paul Martin

Wi-Fi hack was revealed in CIA documents released by Wikileaks last week The implant is capable of infecting routers from 10 well-know US manufacturers Once infected, routers are used to spy on the internet activity of targets In total the firmware runs on 25 home router models but could infect more By HARRY PETTIT... »

In Rhode Island, students and parents must let schools spy on them day and night through their laptops

Sunday, June 18, 2017
By Paul Martin

CORY DOCTOROW FRI JUN 16, 2017 A majority of the Rhode Island school districts with “1-1” programs where each student is issued a laptop have a blanket policy of spying on the students and everything they do on their laptops, during, before and after school hours, on or off school premises, without any... »

Japanese Citizens Protest ‘Thought Crime’ Bill Passed By Government

Friday, June 16, 2017
By Paul Martin

Sean Adl-Tabatabai June 16, 2017 Thousands of Japanese citizens have taken to the streets of Japan in protest to a new ‘thought crime’ bill passed by the government, aimed at curbing conspiracies to commit terrorism. Over 5,000 people gathered outside the Japanese parliament in Tokyo on Wednesday, to demonstrate the Orwellian law, imposed... »