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Robert Scheer: Scheer Intelligence: William Binney and blowing the whistle on the NSA

By (Robert Scheer) In this week’s Scheer Intelligence,” Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer sits down with William Binney, a former National Security Agency official … Read more: Nsa, Nsa Surveillance, Fbi, FBI Surveillance, Apple, San Bernardino Shooting, Edward Snowden, Intelligence, Big Data, Politics News Click to see the original article      

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John Sanbonmatsu: The Drone Invasion

By (John Sanbonmatsu) If Jeff Bezos, the billionaire CEO of Amazon, has his way, thousands of drones could soon be hurtling through the airspace above our heads, delivering millions of packages to Amazon’s customers. Instead of having to wait the eternity of a day to receive their orders, consumers could get them in 30 […]

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John W. Whitehead: What’s in Store for Our Freedoms in 2016? More of Everything We Don’t Want

By (John W. Whitehead) What remains to be seen is whether 2016 will bring more of the same or whether “we the people” will wake up from our somnambulant states. Read more: SWAT Team, Nsa, Nsa Surveillance, Tamir Rice, Police Shooting, Censorship, Zero Tolerance, Drones, 2016 Presidential Election, Overcriminalization, National Debt, Politics News Click […]

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Thomas J. Lauria : Encryption: The Center of the Storm

By (Thomas J. Lauria ) Tech firms have an obligation to comply with reasonable and specific requests, in order to solve and thwart crimes. And it just seems like the right thing to do. With increasing terrorist attacks on soft targets, our domestic and foreign intelligence agencies should not be “handcuffed” while they seek […]

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John W. Whitehead: What If Jesus Had Been Born 2,000 Years Later in the American Police State?

By (John W. Whitehead) “Two thousand years later … the memory of the revolutionary zealot who walked across Galilee gathering an army of disciples with the goal of establi… Read more: Jesus, Reza Aslan, Christmas, Roman Empire, Police State, American Community Survey, Home Birth, Dna Collection, Biobank, Private Prisons, Illegal Immigrants, Nsa Surveillance, SWAT […]

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The Center for Constitutional Rights: Surveillance After the USA Freedom Act: How Much Has Changed?

By (The Center for Constitutional Rights) by Shayana Kadidal, Senior Managing Attorney at the Center for Constitutional Rights It has been two and a half years since Edward Snowden’s disclosu… Read more: Nsa, Nsa Surveillance, Edward Snowden, USA Freedom Act, Metadata, Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, Patriot Act, Politics News Click to see the original […]

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San Bernardino Shooting Revives NSA Surveillance Debate

By (The Huffington Post News Team) NEW YORK, Dec 6 (Reuters) – The San Bernardino shootings are reviving a debate about Washington’s digital surveillance effort to find and capture viol… Read more: Edward Snowden, Nsa Surveillance, Nsa Phone Records, San Bernardino Shooting, Politics News Click to see the original article      

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Coleen Rowley: Visa Waiver Program Has Same Weak Links; Mass Surveillance and Terrorist Watchlisting Don’t Work

By (Coleen Rowley) Co-written with Huffpost blogger Georgianne Nienaber Politicians are scoring points with a frightened U.S. population by hyping the supposed danger … Read more: Nsa Surveillance, Edward Snowden, Mass Surveillance, San Bernardino Shooting, Zacarias Moussaoui, Terrorist Watch List, FBI Surveillance, Visa Waiver Program, Syrian Refugees, World News Click to see the original […]

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Ruth Starkman: 10 Things You Need to Know About Encryption

By (Ruth Starkman) Encryption, a process that scrambles communications, allows only those with the decryption key to read one’s messages. An encrypted message looks like random alphanumeric gibberish to the human eye. The longer the key, the more time and computer power it requires to unscramble. Read more: Encryption, Cybersecurity, Privacy, Apple, Google, Nsa […]

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