by Derrick Broze (ANTIMEDIA) New internal documents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation reveal that surveillance planes the agency flew over Baltimore and Ferguson during highly-publicized […]
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by Christina Sarich A Canadian farmer that provides raw milk to his community was reportedly arrested and jailed for removing government surveillance cameras from his own […]
by April Glaser Watch for it. This year student protest and resistance to mass surveillance might be bursting at the seams. The Internet, which students […]
Be careful what you search for, because somebody is always watching, find out more in 10 ways the NSA spies on you.
Pleiades satellite.(Image from smsc.cnes.fr) The sale of two intelligence satellites to the UAE by France for nearly a billion dollars could go south after they […]
Introducing the new iPhone nSa, the best surveillance device to date. It aims to put your freedom… in the crosshairs.
Increasing numbers of ‘terror suspects’ are being arrested on the basis of online and CCTV surveillance data. Authorities claim they act in the public interest, […]
Judy Woodruff sits down with two former NSA officials who blew the whistle on what they said were abuses at the NSA, along with that […]
Between the National Security Agency’s domestic surveillance program and the Associated Press scandal, the Obama administration has been under intense scrutiny for spying on journalists […]
by Mick Meaney, Contributor With the announcement of Microsoft’s next generation gaming console, the Xbox One, it has emerged that the new system carries a device that will […]
The email accounts of Generals David Petraeus and John Allen aren’t the only ones being targeted by the feds. Google has released its bi-annual transparency […]
by Andrew Puhanic The Australian Government has now been labelled as the most intrusive government in the western world. It has been revealed that on […]
by Andrew Puhanic IF you have ever wondered if your smart meter is being used to spy on you, well now there is proof that governments […]
AFP Photo/Leon Neal A new biometric “gait recognition” system has been developed by Britain’s National Physical Laboratory, meaning that individuals can now be recognized and […]