Category Archives: 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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If Intel is Committing Crimes There, They are Also Violating Laws Here: Don’t Compartmentalize.

We saw the re-emergence of counterintelligence at Occupy Wall Street and then against activists opposing the building of the tar sands carrying pipeline, Keystone XL.  We watched as anti-fracking activists were targeted and surveilled in Pennsylvania and New York by … Continue reading

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Jerusalem.

When were you called to sacrifice your life to serve others? Was it when you were so ecstatically happy to be among everyone in some kind of a group? Were you singing? Did you find your bliss in a rough … Continue reading

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Equal Societies Are Sustained By Democracy With A Small “d”.

Highly equal societies have a high level of personal trust, an expectation that community members will look out for each other. With more equal levels of material wealth, there is less frustration, less resentment, less humiliation and more opportunities to … 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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C51 is “The Bomb.”

  This new Canadian bill ought to wreck their democracy pretty darn well. It will start with taking out basic legal rights, rights to legal representation, right to habeus corpus, right to a warrant from a judge based upon probable … Continue reading

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