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The Mystery of a Ukrainian Army ‘Defector’ | Consortium News

As the U.S. government seeks to build its case blaming eastern Ukrainian rebels and Russia for the shoot-down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, the evidence seems to be getting twisted to fit the preordained conclusion, including a curious explanation for why the troops suspected of firing the fateful missile may have been wearing Ukrainian army uniforms. 85 more words


Norman Solomon: Does Uncle Sam Have a God Complex?

Binney explained: “At least 80 percent of fiber-optic cables globally go via the U.S. This is no accident and allows the U.S. to view all communication coming in.

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Snowden and Manning, While Correct About Civil Liberties, Injure US Interests


The US Intelligence Community has made recent headlines in the Long War with information leaks coming from individuals such as Edward Snowden, Chelsey Manning, and the expulsion of the station chief in Germany (Greenwald 2013; Poulsen and Zetter 2010; A. 4,422 more words

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RT: NSA partnering with Saudi regime ‒ Snowden leak

Published time: July 26, 2014 00:29

The Saudi interior ministry building in Riyadh (AFP Photo/Bilal Qabalan)

The National Security Agency has increasingly been working hand-in-glove with the repressive Saudi Arabian government since 2013, sharing intelligence and assisting with surveillance, according to the latest Snowden leak. 575 more words


Proliferation of new online communications services poses hurdles for law enforcement | Washington Post

Federal law enforcement and intelligence authorities say they are increasingly struggling to conduct court-ordered wiretaps on suspects because of a surge in chat services, instant messaging and other online communications that lack the technical means to be intercepted. 71 more words

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Splinternet: Nation-Specific Internet Would Affect American Business

Believe it or not, there was a time when we did without the Internet. Could those days be coming back?

There’s a movement in many European, Asian and Latin American countries to have… 141 more words


Apple says its latest security hole is no big deal; researcher calls BS

The security researcher who revealed during the HOPE/X conference earlier this month that there are back doors installed on 600 million iOS devices has responded to Apple’s claim that the back doors are used… 597 more words