Op-Doc with the NSA whistleblower who built software tools used against the US in "Stellar Wind", a post-9/11 domestic spying program that targets everyone in the US...Read more »
Another great piece from James Bamford of Wired MagazineRead more »
CIA Chief: We’ll Spy on You Through Your Dishwasher.
(User's notes: It's very conceivable. It's can start as companies using your usage data without you even knowing it, then grow into an abomination. The infrastructure is already in place, follow the link below to learn more about power lines as a medium for data transfer)
Wiki: Power line communication...Read more »
The Canadian Government is set to enact the Investigating and Preventing Criminal Electronic Communications Act which will mark the return of "lawful access" within a single legislative package. This will require the disclosure of customer information by ISPs without court oversight, force ISPs to institute real-time surveillance of their customer and allow for law enforcement to obtain that information with or without a warrant. The bill set to pass is bill C-30.Read more »
Prime Minister Viktor Orban told a ruling Fidesz party meeting that a coup with national security aspects and the participation of Hungarian and international diplomats had been organised to remove him and his government, dailies Magyar Nemzet and Nepszabadsag said confirming reports by online news portal hvg.hu, on Friday.Read more »
Guilty verdict in theft of Motorola secrets for China
A former software engineer for Motorola was found guilty Wednesday of stealing trade secrets from the US technology firm just before she tried to leave the country for China, the Justice Department said.Read more »
"[Officer] Bob Lambert did not tell his wife or child that he was a police spy, as he needed to conceal his real identity from the political activists he was spying on."Read more »
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s command center routinely monitors dozens of popular websites, including Facebook, Twitter, Hulu, WikiLeaks and news and gossip sites including the Huffington Post and Drudge Report, according to a government document.Read more »
The latest round of documents published by Wikileaks offers a rare glimpse into the world of surveillance products. The collection—which Wikileaks calls the Spy Files—includes confidential brochures and slide presentations that companies use to market intrusive surveillance tools to governments and law enforcement agencies... The group says that these files are only the first set of a larger collection and that more will be published in the future.Read more »
Police organizations across the country co-operated to spy on community organizations and activists in what the RCMP called one of the largest domestic intelligence operations in Canadian history, documents reveal.Read more »
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