Category Archives: privacy and freedom of speech

Senator Paul Speaks Out About “The NSA and Your Privacy” At Berkeley College

“I believe what you do on a cell phone is none of their damn business,” he said. The NYTimes reported that he said that the NSA was “drunk with power”. Most of the crowd were students although the reporter noted … 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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Safely Into The Light

We want to live free in a bit of mystery……. To let our thoughts roam with no borders, no stops, no censors. We want to be free to let our thoughts fly……. Cautious or daring, climbing and diving, crowing or … 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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