Category Archives: NSA 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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Happy Mother’s Day NSA! Thanks for the Death Rays!!/s

If you have been following the NSA mass surveillance revelations since June, 2013, you will have learned an overwhelming amount about the NSA programs from the documents shared by Edward Snowden and reported by journalist, Glenn Greenwald and editors at … 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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Global Powers Have Abandoned Their Human Rights Values.

The Report of the United Nations Human Rights Chief contains more truth in 3 short columns of print, than the entire New York Times newspaper for Friday, March 6th, 2015.  No one can hear the misery of the sufferers of … 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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NSA News That Never Made It Into The New York Times.

News stories about mass surveillance which have not been reported by The New York Times. What makes these programs different from previously revealed programs? The scale is increased to millions of targets, and no longer passively collecting data, they are … 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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