Saturday, March 28, 2015

Spying

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Eric Zuesse On November 14th, German Economic News (which this writer has found to be the world’s most honest, non-propagandistic, newspaper) published two articles about,...

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U.S. border officials are testing an unmanned surveillance aircraft to judge whether the drones can be used more widely along the U.S.-Canadian border, including...

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Dear Mr. President, I am writing to reiterate my request for you to formally and promptly renounce the assertions of executive authority made by the...

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Christine Laird thought her emails were being spied on while she was managing director of Cheltenham Borough Council and asked Gloucestershire police and GCHQ...

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By Bob Drogin Reporting from Takoma Park, Md. -- To friends in the protest movement, Lucy was an eager 20-something who attended their events and...

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Via Bruce Schneier | Really: We had an email recently from an observer "curious as to why the webcam that was inside the shop/bar is no...

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By David Swanson | Democracy Now! today not only admitted that I had broken the story but followed up on the story of illegal NSA spying,...

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By Kathryn Muratore | This past week, the head of the Chinese National Counterintelligence Executive (NCIX) held a press conference noting that “Somebody with a...

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By Matthew Rothschild | Maryland Governor Orders Investigation of Spying by State Troopers On July 31, Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley appointed the former attorney general of...

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By Ellen Nakashima | Two civil liberties groups filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government yesterday, seeking records related to the government's use of cellphones...

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By Richard B. Schmitt | The number of Americans being secretly wiretapped or having their financial and other records reviewed by the government has...

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EFY | The company has partnered with the US Army Research Laboratory to build miniature robots for military use. BAE Systems has signed a $38...

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AP | An Islamic charity group is challenging the Bush administration's record use of the so-called state secrets privilege, dubbed a "killer bullet" to...

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By Toby Helm and Christopher Hope | Routine journeys carried out by millions of British motorists can be monitored by authorities in the United...

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FBI also spies on home soil for military, documents show; Much information acquired without court order John Byrne The Federal Bureau of Investigation has been routinely...

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Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa has blasted the CIA for financing the country's intelligence agencies to pass information to Colombia. "Many of our intelligence agencies...

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By ERIC LICHTBLAU WASHINGTON — A new round of political sparring erupted Friday over the government’s wiretapping powers, as the Bush administration asserted that the...

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A US Defense Department analyst has pleaded guilty to delivering classified information to a Louisiana businessman working for China. Gregg Bergersen, a weapons analyst...

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History says we should worry less about privacy and more about political spying. As the battle over reforms to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act rages...

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Amendments to the Federal Telecommunications Interception Act will be put before the House of Representatives today, as the government seeks to extend the limit...

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By Studs Terkel, Quentin Young, Barbara Flynn Currie and James Montgomery More than six years after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the Bush...

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Claims the Royal Family was being bugged by GCHQ (Government Communications Headquarters) have been denied at the Princess Diana inquest.

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By Ryan Singel Be careful who you frag. Having eliminated all terrorism in the real world, the U.S. intelligence community is working to develop software...

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An inquiry has been demanded into claims lawyers' legally-protected conversations with clients in jail are routinely bugged. Opposition parties said such a practice would strike...

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Sean O’Neill The inquiry into the bugging of a terrorist prisoner and his MP has been asked to examine whether the eavesdropping was carried out...

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By NICK PARKER THOMAS WHITAKER and GRAEME WILSON BUGGING scandal MP Sadiq Khan was first probed by security services over his association with a 9/11 terrorist, The...

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By Andre Damon The Democratic-controlled Senate moved Thursday to shield telecommunications companies that aided the Bush administration’s illegal domestic spying program from lawsuits. By a...

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Determining what NSA electronic surveillance can be used by police or introduced into court by Government, may be the next battle Americans have to...

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The US Vice President, Dick Cheney calls on Congress to 'permanently' allow warrantless wiretaps on foreign electronic communications. During a speech to the Heritage...

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With the Cold War long over, the CIA no longer faces any real competition, right? Wrong. The world’s top espionage agencies are as busy...

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Israel has successfully launched a spy satellite which will be used to gather intelligence on Iran's activities, a new report says. The TECSAR satellite...

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In October, two security experts at hacker conference ToorCon9 in San Diego hacked into their hotel's corporate network using a Cisco VoIP phone By Linda...

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The US is pursuing a multibillion-dollar programme to develop the next generation of spy satellites, the first major effort of its kind since the...

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Bush administration forced to turn over spying documents by Friday Declan McCullagh A federal judge has ordered the Bush administration to divulge documents related to immunizing telecommunications...

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By EILEEN SULLIVAN Firefighters in major cities are being trained to take on a new role as lookouts for terrorism, raising concerns of eroding their...

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By David Ignatius Efraim Halevy, the former head of the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad, titled his memoirs "Man in the Shadows." But now that he's...

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By Jim Marrs RINF Alternative News Behind the doors of the CIA and U.S. Army Intelligence, science and ESP come together like a movie in the...

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By Richard Willing Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell heads to Capitol Hill this week seeking to extend the government's power to read e-mails, listen...

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MARC HORNE   THE SNP was spied on by British secret service agents, previously classified Government files seen by Scotland on Sunday have finally proved. Claims of...

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Dems Call for Moratorium on Program, Expressing Privacy and Legal Concerns Government satellites have been used in the past to show areas affected by disasters,...

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By Adam Lusher and Tim Shipman At first the air force administrator just thought it was strange. ”Checking the computer systems, he found a file listing...

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The Observer Benefit claimants and job seekers could be forced to take lie detector tests as early as next year after an early review of...

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Chávez condemns U.S. protection of terrorist Posada Carriles Granma International flamesong The United States’ harboring of terrorist Luis Posada Carriles is one more example of how U.S....

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flamesong On 8th June 2001 in a federal court in Miami five Cuban men, Gerardo Hernández, Ramón Labañino, Antonio Guerrero, Fernando González and René González...

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