Category Archives: collaboration of tech companies in mass surveillance

A Note of Appreciation To Senator Rand Paul.

Thank you for speaking up for Americans’ rights to privacy, both in their words and in their deeds, and for speaking against government overreach in sharing the data with law enforcement and private companies. Mass surveillance has silenced would be … Continue reading

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CISA Will Undermine Privacy and Civil Liberties.

The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act-2015 (CISA) is described as a total surveillance bill. CISA gives immunity to private actors such as corporations to share customers’ personal data with government, and immunity to government to share personal data we share with … Continue reading

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Internet Search Company with 70% Monopoly on World’s Data Gives World’s Sole Military Superpower All Of Transparency Journalists’ Emails, Metadata, Internet Records.

From Evil dragnet to Global Shopping Catalogue, Google through year 3000.

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Free Speech Nunnery and Follow-Up Mass Surveillance Posts. (#1)

  These follow-up posts represent what I have heard or read since August 2014. Whenever possible, I have hand written down the citation for the news which I was responding to in a graphic cartoon or brief report. Topics include … Continue reading

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The NSA Has Direct Access To Servers.

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Vodafone’s Confession: Governments have access to telephone data centers.

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Got Privacy Questions? Ask Mr. Google./s

Mr. G. has discovered his inner Puritan.

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Money Is Their Only God

After I had drawn the picture below, I had to live long enough to realize that if the mass surveillance does not stop we will be living a futuristic nightmare in which privacy will be an expensive commodity. In the … Continue reading

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Cartoon response to Obama’s Speech about reforming the NSA mass surveillance programs.

  We are like unwilling rats in a mass surveillance psychological experiment. How will we respond to continuous violations of our right to privacy, to be left alone, to create in solitude, free from the scrutiny and opinions of others? … Continue reading

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