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Taser's new cop-cam takes aim at perps and privacy

Posted April 5th, 2013 by jitgos
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Taser, the company responsible for the popularized stun-gun, has begun supplying US police officers with Google Glass-like cameras that record everything the cop does. The catch is, the files are locked away on private servers owned by Taser.

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Government Surveillance of Air Travellers

Posted April 2nd, 2013 by JessieLee
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Panelists talked about their opposition to the TSA. The most interesting is Edward Hasbrouck's extensive description of the various ways they track travelers. The idea of freedom to travel is discussed.

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Amazon to build CIA cloud

Posted March 21st, 2013 by PC Harris
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The online retail has reportedly won a contract for CIA efforts to "collect everything and hang on to it forever"

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The NSA's Ragtime Surveillance Program and the Need for Leaks

Posted March 7th, 2013 by Cyphase
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A book published earlier this month, "Deep State: Inside the Government Secrecy Industry," contains revelations about the NSA's snooping efforts, based on information gleaned from NSA sources. According to a detailed summary by Shane Harris at the Washingtonian yesterday, the book discloses that a codename for a controversial NSA surveillance program is "Ragtime" -- and that as many as 50 companies have apparently participated, by providing data as part of a domestic collection initiative.

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Americans Are The Most Spied On People In World History

Posted December 28th, 2012 by LibertarianSoup
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Indeed, the American government has more information on the average American than Stalin had on Russians, Hitler had on German citizens, or any other government has ever had on its people.

The American government is collecting and storing virtually every phone call, purchases, email, text message, internet searches, social media communications, health information, employment history, travel and student records, and virtually all other information of every American.

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Senate bill rewrite lets feds read your e-mail without warrants

Posted November 21st, 2012 by Cyphase
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A Senate proposal touted as protecting Americans' e-mail privacy has been quietly rewritten, giving government agencies more surveillance power than they possess under current law, CNET has learned. [The] rewritten bill would allow more than 22 agencies -- including the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Communications Commission -- to access Americans' e-mail, Google Docs files, Facebook wall posts, and Twitter direct messages without a search warrant.

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Police allowed to install cameras onprivate property without warrant

Posted October 31st, 2012 by Ffej
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A federal judge has ruled that police officers in Wisconsin did not violate the Fourth Amendment when they secretly installed cameras on private property without judicial approval.

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ACLU fights to stop government surveillance of US citizens

Posted October 21st, 2012 by ecigarettes
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Warrantless wiretaps intimidate several organizations and cast a chill over lawyers, journalists and human rights researchers - Are you, a US citizen, calling cousin Ivor in Budapest, or reaching out to your old pen pal Yasmeen in Sydney? The National Security Agency (NSA) can listen in on your personal cellphone or read what you might be emailing him or her from your personal computer without telling you. The Feds can listen in to you now, "whenever government deems it necessary for foreign intelligence reasons" Jaffer explained to me.

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Entrepreneur starting ISP Dedicated to Anti-Surveillance

Posted May 1st, 2012 by abexman
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Nick Merrill, who challenged a demand from the FBI for user data, wants to create the world's first Internet provider designed to be surveillance-resistant.v"Calyx will use all legal and technical means available to protect the privacy and integrity of user data," he says.

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Homeland Security using wide-area camera to scan miles of US border

Posted April 10th, 2012 by redgar
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Military drones are already used to survey the border between the US and Mexico, but starting last week, another piece of military technology has made its way back home. The latest surveillance tool to be picked up by the Department of Homeland Security is the Kestrel wide-area camera system, which can capture miles of terrain in a single high-resolution image. The system was originally used in Afghanistan, where it watched perimeters and took pictures of insurgents at bomb emplacements.

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