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Rubber Stamp Court Gave NSA, FBI Permission for all Electronic Surveillance

From Sputnik

The US Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in 2015 granted all requests for electronic surveillance by the FBI and NSA. The court allowed these agencies to engage in various activities including intercepting phone calls and collecting emails in the pursuit of national security. 254 more words



we are losing the war on information says hillary at the same time the administration has managed to legalized propaganda, gave hackers jobs to data mine compile your information into one platform at the same time harass you without any attachment or consideration while the entire time no one has a watch on them? 25 more words

Berlin Teufelsberg (Devil's Mountain)

I decided to take a day trip to Teufelsberg one day while I was still in Berlin. This is the relics of the former US listing tower that was built over Nazi college remains in West Berlin. 208 more words


Snowden movie trailer - an outlook

Recently a trailer for the movie titled SNOWDEN came out featuring Joseph Gordon-Levitt some familiar faces including Nicholas Cage and the guy I will always remember as Sylar from Heroes. 558 more words

Trailer Review

The NSA doesn't even know how many Americans it’s spying on

The National Security Agency (NSA), which is behind some of the world’s most sophisticated mass surveillance operations, can’t say how many Americans it’s spying on in these endeavors. 300 more words


Americans Are Becoming Conditioned To NSA Snooping - Lionel

Source: RT
April 28, 2016

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden’s revelations on government mass surveillance have apparently scared a significant number of people away from searching for terrorism-related information on Wikipedia, as a new study shows readers are afraid of being investigated. 20 more words


Fruit of the Poisonous Tree, by Andrew Napolitano

The FISA court has blessed an arrangement in which the NSA makes data it has procured without a warrant available to the FBI, which the FBI obtaining a warrant. 498 more words