Category Archives: mass surveillance and freedom

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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Invasion of Privacy Is Violence.

From Passive Surveillance to Active Disruption, The Growing Reach of the Betrayal of our Privacy Sinks In.  It has taken me since June of 2013 and Edward Snowden’s NSA spying revelations to arrive at the theory that Invasion of Privacy … Continue reading

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Full Take.

This is a big story because the part (New Zealand’s seizure of data content) can stand for the whole (NSA and five eyes depth of spying on all populations, globally).  It means that spy agencies have the capacity and the … Continue reading

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The 2015 Authorization To Use Military Force Is A Highly Symbolic Document.

  It is the Authoritarianism: “The President (State of the Union 2012) has held up the military as an example for society to emulate. They don’t question whether their superior officers are misguided; in the President’s words: Most of Al … Continue reading

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Levitation?

This net surveillance program (Levitation) supposedly discovers targets whose only ‘crime’ is to have downloaded pre-flagged suspicious files which when downloaded by a user, categorize the user as a target. The user’s IP is then used to search for everything … Continue reading

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Mystification of Americans’ Violations of their Privacy Rights and Follow-Up Mass Surveillance Posts. (#3)

“What I have to do, does not show you what I want to do!” Undercover Agents May be Attorneys, Physicians, Clergy….. No Judicial Review Of Mail Cover. Rand Paul For President. Here’s Why.  The Data Slavery Will Continue. Digital (internet) … Continue reading

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