It’s a page out of Orwell’s 1984. The increasing revelations about surveillance across the globe into our private […]
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Ex-NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has raised further awareness of the risks encountered when using messaging applications. In the […]
It’s been over two months since I’ve written a single word either for my employer or myself. Simply […]
If the CIA wins this fight by the conjuring of legal loopholes – or by less wholesome, more subversive means – The Fourth Estate of the world will crumble
The US Justice Department, on the back of CIA director Mike Pompeo’s criticisms this week of WikiLeaks, have announced their renewed interest in formally charging Assange and other members of WikiLeaks. The only problem is they haven’t found anything to charge them with.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency’s capability is well-equipped to quell the violence of protesters, assist ICE in their deportation corralling, and track all those who belong to minority groups – Muslims, Black Lives Matter…
The warrantless searches can target anyone and everyone who has contact with a person outside the United States. These people can include journalists, politicians, business executives, human rights activists and attorneys for research or merely banking purposes.
Has Big Brother reached Australia? Concerned citizens of Queensland, Australia’s northern state, seem to think so.
While the CIA scrambles to defend themselves and the FBI hunts out the likely candidate responsible for the WikiLeaks’ Vault 7 leak – a trove of CIA documents highlighting the intelligence agency’s ability to hack and spy – an important piece of the puzzle remains largely ignored.