It’s a page out of Orwell’s 1984. The increasing revelations about surveillance across the globe into our private […]
Ex-NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has raised further awareness of the risks encountered when using messaging applications. In the […]
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…
Lasso is challenging the results and demanding a recount. According to a CREO party official, César Monge, he has evidence of votes for Lasso being counted for Moreno.
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.
A fresh release of classified documents shows the CIA permeated France’s 2012 presidential election, according to WikiLeaks. The agency targeted every major party, as well as the current and former president and other prominent candidates.
Revelations last week dealt a blow to the US after WikiLeaks released CIA documents detailing how the French political parties were “targeted for infiltrations by the CIA’s human (“HUMINT”) and electronic (“SIGINT”) spies in the seven months leading up to France’s 2012 presidential election.
Comparing the reactions of politicians over the latest intelligence community leak over General Michael Flynn’s phone call with a Russian diplomat, and with those reactions toward Snowden in 2013, it appears the Democrats have had a change of heart for whistleblowers.
Despite the federal government promising that more broadly-reaching law enforcement agencies in Canada are not currently spying on the press, the guarantee is hardly comforting.