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Techno Spying: The Art of Whistleblowing and Its Consequences in Pakistan

Who could have thought Edward Snowden, the whistleblower who created ripples globally last year, would be nominated for Nobel Peace Prize 2014?

Snowden’s leaks proved that the National Security Agency (NSA) was spying on ordinary U.S. 596 more words



The Nameless Syndicated Archives (NSA) was a hyperreal countercounterintelligence agency based out of the State of Jefferson, charged with tracking and deconstructing synchronicity surrounding superelasticated parameters, ever expanding through disassociation with every centralized governing body – a discipline known as Synchrologistics (SYNLOG). 71 more words


"It seems like I'm probably not the target guy you're looking for, but you're cute and a writer so why not."

Nickname/ name: Sam

How old are you? 34

What’s your relationship status? Married

How many women do you think you’ve slept with? 10 (6 from CL) 348 more words

Germans are paranoid that the US is spying on their data

Germany and the United States have enjoyed a special relationship ever since World War II. But today, the strength of that relationship is being tested by differences over personal privacy rights: Germans deeply distrust how the US handles digital data. 507 more words

Cisco releases first transparency report, showing literally nothing to hide

Networking supergiant Cisco has become the latest big firm to release a transparency report, detailing its approach to dealing with requests for information from governments and police forces, and listing how many such requests have been received and responded to. 712 more words