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State of Surveillance (Video)

The intrusion doesn’t stop with your cell phone or laptop device. Drone surveillance – the spying technology which allows organizations like the CIA to keep watch on suspected terrorist activities in countries like Iraq and Afghanistan – are now being employed by the U.S.

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Movie Review: Snowden

Hi everyone! How have you been holding up to? Here in northern Italy, we are dealing with an incredible hot weather, but hey, at least it means summer is already in full swing. 490 more words


It Wasn't Just The NSA: Germany Spied On The White House For Years

One of the profound revelations from the data released by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden was that in addition to spying on its own citizens, the NSA engaged in aggressive espionage on some of America’s closest allies, most notably Angela Merkel and her Blackberry. 106 more words

For millennials, liberty is easily lost but not so easily won

The youth of today is more connected and technologically advanced– and dependent– than any generation before it. The world is at our fingertips, literally. With the touch of a button we can Facetime with loved ones from across the world and post, tweet, and “like” at all hours of the day. 618 more words

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Ron Paul interviews Edward Snowden. Deep State is discussed and exposed (Video)

By Alex Christoforyou | The Duran

Ron Paul interviewed Edward Snowden, where the two men discussed government surveillance and the Deep State.

Snowden highlighted the Deep State’s ability to hide from the public eye and influence US government across both parties. 500 more words

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Triumph of hope by Susan Grimsdell

Not long after the world realised that the unbelievable had happened and Donald Trump had become the President of the US, the level of objection was astounding. 581 more words

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Ron Paul Interviewing Edward Snowden Is The Best Thing You'll See

“Saying that you don’t care about privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don’t care about freedom of speech because you have nothing to say.” 59 more words