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Edward Snowden's Panorama Revelations Are Truly Chilling

In an interview with the BBC’s ‘Panorama’ which aired in Britain this week, Edward Snowden spoke in detail about the spying capabilities of the UK intelligence agency GCHQ. 633 more words

Social Justice

By Sonia Roubini

We recently received a handbook from the DEA, in response to a Freedom of Information Act request, seeking information about the use of impersonation as an investigative technique. 255 more words

Surveillance State

What makes Channel 4's Hunted so good?

We live in a surveillance state, where the internet – the source of cat videos and a widely-acknowledged enabler of procrastination – and our usage of it, is monitored by our government. 955 more words

Kettle Mag

Washington's Blog: If You Don’t Think Americans Have Lost Our Freedoms, READ THIS

Re-posted (in part) with thanks, from Washington’s Blog. First part of the article posted, please visit Washington’s Blog for the whole of this detailed and highly informative article. 865 more words


John W. Whitehead, The Rutherford Institute: Sheep Led to the Slaughter: The Muzzling of Free Speech in America

Re-posted with thanks from PPJ Gazette. Source: Sheep Led to the Slaughter: The Muzzling of Free Speech in America

Fourteen years on from that fateful day in September, 2001, when we witnessed the destruction of the Twin Towers in New York, and reeled at the number of American lives lost, American freedoms have seen continuous repression, suppression, and eradication.  612 more words

Corporation Oppression

Outsource Your Stalking to the Northern Virginia Police

Here’s a new hack for private investigators in Northern Virginia: when looking into someone, get a copy of any records the Fairfax County Police have of their car’s movements around the county. 1,420 more words