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BADASS intelligence program shows there's no distinction between for-profit and governmental surveillance

A newly-revealed intelligence program called BADASS once again demonstrates the connection between corporate analytics tools and government surveillance programs.

BADASS, which was revealed via documents… 276 more words

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Illinois schools warn parents they might ask for children's Facebook passwords

Authorities often struggle when it comes to handling digital issues. Responding to the Sony Pictures Entertainment hack has befuddled the federal government, law enforcement… 323 more words

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UK terror law amendments would bring back "Snooper's Charter"

Four U.K. Lords have proposed amendments to an anti-terror bill that would revive much of the dormant Communications Data Bill, a.k.a the “Snooper’s Charter”. 818 more words

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China Cracks Down On VPN Services After Censorship System 'Upgrade'

China is cracking down on VPNs, software that allows internet users to access Twitter, Facebook, Gmail and others services blocked in the country, according to state media and service providers. 548 more words

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Whistleblower Randy Cramer Tells About Secret Military Operations on Mars

Posted on April 30, 2014

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By Eve Lorgen

Randy Cramer-aka-Captain “Kaye”, a former supersoldier I Interviewed back in 2006, code named “Zed” (See: … 7,921 more words

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Barrett Brown and the United States' war on journalism

The criminalization of journalism in the United States continued yesterday with the sentencing of Barrett Brown, an independent journalist who covered the Anonymous collective who received 63 months in federal prison and was ordered to pay $890,000 in restitution. 413 more words

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Apple may have compromised everyone's security for access to China

Apple is said to have given the Chinese government access to the software used in its iPhones to conduct “security checks” meant to ensure the privacy of China’s citizens. 414 more words

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