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Obama administration tightens grip on intelligence

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration has tightened its control over intelligence — including unclassified information — by setting limits on officials’ interactions with the media. 591 more words


RT: ​US intel employees face new consequences for speaking to media

Published time: April 22, 2014 00:02

U.S. Director of National Intelligence James Clapper (Reuters / Jason Reed)Members of the United States intelligence community must now operate within the boundaries of a new media policy, as contact with a journalist without prior approval can now be considered a fireable offense, their boss said on Sunday. 494 more words


"Spy Vs. Spy" Did Putin Declare He and Snowden As 'Agents?"

I fully realize many of you hold views of Edward Snowden that are diametrically opposite my position. His existential espionage and revelations related to NSA meat-data gathering, archiving and operation use quite literally places him in direct violation of the terms of his Top Secret Security Clearance.  861 more words

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Wyden, Udall on Revelations that Intelligence Agencies Have Exploited Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act 'Loophole'

On March 28, James R. Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, for the first time in writing admitted that the NSA is using a loophole in the Foreign Intelligence and Surveillance Act (FISA) to search for Americans’ private communications without a warrant. 402 more words

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RT: Confirmed: NSA conducts warrantless searches on Americans

Published time: April 01, 2014 20:14

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper Jr. (AFP Photo / T.J. Kirkpatrick)

United States intelligence officials have been scouring the personal communications of innocent Americans, the nation’s top spy chief now acknowledges, using a procedure that’s allegedly lawful and constitutionally sound. 978 more words


NSA carried out unauthorised searches on Americans' calls and emails - DNI Clapper

US intelligence chiefs have confirmed that the National Security Agency uses loopholes in the surveillance law to carry out unsanctioned searches of Americans’ phone conversations and e-mail messages. 324 more words


This Must End

By Craig Eddy

General Keith Alexander, the Director of the National Security Agency, is pushing legislation to make media leaking information about the illegal spying on the American People to the public illegal. 277 more words