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Washington’s Prying Eyes

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As the U.S. government maintains its uneasy silence about the kidnapping and probable murder of 43 students in Ayotzinapa, Mexico—or, for that matter, about the estimated 100 thousand Mexicans killed since the recommitment to the drug war in 2006—it is ...

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Find out if the British government has spied on you

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There’s now an easier way to discover whether the U.K. intelligence services illegally obtained your information from their U.S. colleagues — but you’ll have to tell a U.K. campaign group as well as the U.K. Government Communications Headquarters your details ...

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All EU Data Retention Laws May be Dodgy

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Back in April last year, I reported on a hugely important judgment handed down from Europe’s highest court, the Court of Justice of the European Union, which declared the entire Data Retention Direction invalid. That was because the court found ...

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The NYPD Refuses to Release Its Drone Documents

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​In the last two years, two New York City police commissioners have frankly discussed the department’s research into unmanned vehicles, confirming that the NYPD is indeed interested in the use of drones in law enforcement. But the department’s transparency office ...

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America Truly Is Becoming A “1984 Society”

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Michael Snyder RINF Alternative News If only George Orwell could see us today.  When he wrote “1984” back in 1948, he probably never imagined that the “totalitarian, bureaucratic world” that he imagined would ever actually become a reality.  But that is ...

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Plumbing the Depths of NSA’s Spying

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Lars Schall William Binney, who spent 36 years in the National Security Agency rising to become the NSA’s technical director for intelligence, has emerged as one of the most knowledgeable critics of excesses in the NSA’s spying programs, some of ...

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