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Privacy Is Dead, Long Live Privacy

This post was first published at The Liberty Papers on November 17, 2014.

“Americans Say They Want Privacy, but Act as if They Don’t.” Thus proclaims… 721 more words


Stand Up for Truth: The European Tour of a Band of American Whistleblowers:

“It’s really the silence about truth that is the goal and the ongoing imposition that is coming from the surveillance state and the warfare state and among the silencing is the refusal to acknowledge that the surveillance state and the warfare state are the same state known to you who live in the UK as the government of the UK, and to those of us who live in the United States as the government of the United States,” Norman Solomon, director of the Institute for Public Accuracy, told a London audience on June 1.
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Turkey's Digital Crackdown on Media, Censors Hundreds of News Sites

Turkey recently started a new digital crackdown on critical and independent media. However, Turkish government has been involved in ‘online security’ policies as far back as 2007 with the law numbered 5651, Law Regulating Digital Publications which has very quickly expanded from its original aim and started targeting political dissent and criticism. 486 more words


Tracker Chips for Welfare Recipients

Pasi Maenranta, a member of the nationalist-oriented Finns Party, has suggesting implanting tracker chips in Finland’s welfare recipients.

Maenranta said all recipients going abroad should be forced to have the implantation to prevent them from joining the Islamic State. 159 more words