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Locked Out

Locks on doors.
Locks on hearts.
Locks on free speech.
Locks on the right to privacy.
Locks on one’s right to thoughts, feelings and beliefs. 30 more words


Which US Spy Agency Does What to Whom?

Bayard & Holmes

By Piper Bayard & Jay Holmes

One of the most common mistakes in fiction is confusing which intelligence agencies have the power to do what to whom and where they have the authority to do it. 1,553 more words

Bayard & Holmes

AT&T and the NSA

It’s been revealed recently that AT&T has been the largest partner of the NSA in collecting data and spying on the Internet. A number of leaks came from the Edward Snowden data that points to AT&T and a lot of other evidence points to them as well. 702 more words

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Open Letter to the Guy with the Chain on his Pants

Dear Tough Guy,

I couldn’t help but notice that clunky length of hardware you have bouncing off your hip connecting your trousers to your pocket hole. 888 more words

Appeals court deals blow to lawsuit over NSA’s bulk phone data collection

From Washington Post, by Ellen Nakashima, August 2015

An appeals court in Washington dealt a setback Friday to an activist’s lawsuit against the government over the legality of the National Security Agency’s call records program, ruling that the plaintiff has not proved his standing to sue. 763 more words


Spying programs turning US into a fascist state: Analyst

“These phone records are very easily available to foreign intelligence” especially Israel’s Mossad, says a former intelligence linguist.

The inadequate judicial oversight of the US spying programs is leading the country toward a “type of fascist state,” says a former American intelligence linguist from Orlando. 296 more words

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