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NSA Spying

I feel all the spying and shadiness shows that some people in the US government are paid to do nothing, getting bored, and making up games to entertain themselves. 66 more words

FBI: Man Has Robbed 3 D.C. Area Banks Since January

LANHAM, Md. (WNEW) — The FBI is looking for a man who has robbed three banks since January in the District and Montgomery County.

The FBI says its believes the same man is responsible for the robbery of the Bank of America on South Park Avenue in Chevy Chase on Jan. 231 more words

News

FBI May Pick Out Your Face in a Crowd

Some people are squirming at the news that the FBI is putting together a more sophisticated database, including photographs of individuals identified through facial recognition technology, that could encompass both criminal and non-criminal records. 946 more words

Technology

FBI Offers $10,000 For Leads In A 2012 Laurel Wal-Mart Robbery

LAUREL, Md. (WJZ)— The Baltimore FBI is offering a $10,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest in a 2012Wal-Mart robbery.

FBI agents say the robbery happened early in the morning on Nov. 178 more words

News

BIG GOVERNMENT GUN CONTROL FOCUS ON THE SOUTH, AMERICAN CITIZENS

Gateway Pundit: “The FBI is reportedly visiting fun shops looking for people talking about “big government.” InfoWars reported: FBI counterterrorism agents are visiting gun shops in South Carolina to investigate “suspicious purchases” made by people who talk about “big government,” according to a new report. 131 more words

Politics

THE FBI'S FACIAL RECOGNITION DATABASE COMBINES LO-RES PHOTOS WITH ZERO CIVIL LIBERTIES CONSIDERATIONS

“EPIC’s FOIA lawsuit over similar information revealed last year that the FBI’s facial recognition software (as of 2010) had an acceptable margin of error of 20%. 139 more words

Snowden

FBI’s facial-recognition database projected to have 52M images by 2015: report - By Douglas Ernst -The Washington Times Wednesday, April 16, 2014

The FBI is on track to accumulate 52 million photos — including non-criminal images — in its facial-recognition database by next year, states a new report from a digital watchdog organization. 398 more words

Lifestyle