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Encryption Becomes Illegal In the UK: Jail Time For Failure To Provide Keys
There was some surprise in the comments of yesterday’s post over the fact that the United Kingdom has effectively outlawed encryption: the UK will send its citizens to jail for up to five years if they cannot produce the key to an encrypted data set. First of all, references... Read more
Soul Rape: New Scanners Will Instantly Know Everything About You From 50m Away
Within the next year or two, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will instantly know everything about your body, clothes, and luggage with a new laser-based molecular scanner fired from 164 feet (50 meters) away. From traces of drugs or gun powder on your clothes to what you had... Read more
Three NSA Whistleblowers Back EFF’s Lawsuit Over Government’s Massive Spying Program
EFF Asks Court to Reject Stale State Secret Arguments So Case Can Proceed San Francisco – Three whistleblowers – all former employees of the National Security Agency (NSA) – have come forward to give evidence in the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s (EFF’s) lawsuit against the government’s illegal mass surveillance program,... Read more
9/11: Reality and the Beliefs of the Military and Clandestine Community
Romney’s close relationship with Orit Gadiesh and Israeli military intelligence is the real reason he is the chosen candidate of the Zionist establishment. Romney is being supported by high-level Zionists, Israeli military intelligence, and their controlled media network.   First of all, to the idiots who monitor all our... Read more
How NSA access was built into Windows
Careless mistake reveals subversion of Windows by NSA? A CARELESS mistake by Microsoft programmers has revealed that special access codes prepared by the US National Security Agency have been secretly built into Windows. The NSA access system is built into every version of the Windows operating system now in... Read more
Real Journalism Under Attack: RAP NEWS Nails it Again with “A News Hope”
Juice Rap News: Episode XIII – A NEWS HOPE. It is a time of corporate war; deprived of a reliable media the people of Planet Earth are kept misinformed and in a state of perpetual conflict. Is an honest Fourth Estate the only Force than can restore peace and... Read more
An (inadvertent) FBI Guide to Keeping Your #Bitcoin Transactions Below the Radar
>>> FBI BITCOIN REPORT – APRIL 2012 <<<< The FBI sees the anonymous Bitcoin payment network as an alarming haven for money laundering and other criminal activity — including as a tool for hackers to rip off fellow Bitcoin users. That’s according to a new FBI internal report that... Read more
The US Government Is Running A Massive Spy Campaign On Occupy Wall Street
Remember the Occupy Movement? Since last November, when the NYPD closed the Zuccotti Park encampment in downtown Manhattan –the Movement’s birthplace and symbolic nexus—Occupy’s relevance has seriously dwindled, at least as measured by coverage in the mainstream media. We’re told that this erosion is due to Occupy’s own shortcomings—an... Read more
Surveillance Cams So Strong They Can Zoom in to Read Text Messages
Surveillance cameras are now so powerful they are able to zoom in and read your text messages – leading to fears of further privacy intrusion by a ‘Big Brother’ style state. As well as being advanced enough to close in on an individual’s phone screen, security cameras will soon... Read more
Thomas Ryan: The Guy Who Snitched on Occupy Wall Street to the FBI and NYPD
The Occupy Wall Street protests have been going on for a month. And it seems the FBI and NYPD have had help tracking protesters’ moves thanks to a conservative computer security expert who gained access to one of the group’s internal mailing lists,and then handed over information on the... Read more
US Police Can Copy Your iPhone’s Contents In Under Two Minutes
It has emerged that Michigan State Police have been using a high-tech mobile forensics device that can extract information from over 3,000 models of mobile phone, potentially grabbing all media content from your iPhone in under two minutes. The CelleBrite UFED is a handheld device that Michigan officers have been using since... Read more
Map of US Police Departments’ Policies on Tracking Cell-Phone Use Without a Warrant
ACLU affiliates across America requested information on local law enforcement’s use of cell-phone tracking, and received a wealth of disturbing information about the extent of wireless tracking. They produced a map showing which police departments were discovered to be tracking people’s phones without a warrant, either by getting gutless... Read more
The Way of the Drone: Emblem for an Empire of Cowards
A few months back, I reposted here an article that I wrote 10 years ago, before the invasion of Iraq: a fictional scenario of how the Terror War would play out on the ground of the target nations — and in the minds of those sent to wage these campaigns. I... Read more
Whistleblower: The NSA Is Lying–U.S. Government Has Copies of Most Of Your Emails
In his first television interview since he resigned from the National Security Agency over its domestic surveillance program, William Binney discusses the NSA’s massive power to spy on Americans and why the FBI raided his home after he became a whistleblower. Binney was a key source for investigative journalist... Read more
First Man Arrested With Drone Evidence Vows to Fight Case
The tiny town of Lakota, N.D., is quickly becoming a key testing ground for the legality of the use of unmanned drones by law enforcement after one of its residents became the first American citizen to be arrested with the help of a Predator surveillance drone. The bizarre case... Read more
Twitter, the FBI, and You
In the future, if you tweet out a photo of a hilarious, meme-tastic kitten, it might be best not to include terms like “white powder,” “dirty bomb,” or “Death to America.” Since late January, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has been asking the IT industry to help it develop an... Read more
Jacob Appelbaum on Being Target of Widespread Gov’t Surveillance
We speak with Jacob Appelbaum, a computer researcher who has faced a stream of interrogations and electronic surveillance since he volunteered with the whistleblowing website, WikiLeaks. He describes being detained more than a dozen times at the airport and interrogated by federal agents who asked about his political views... Read more
STOP CISPA: Come Togeter – Take Action
COME TOGETHER TO STOP CISPA! WHAT IS CISPA? The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (H.R. 3523) is a bill introduced in the United States House of Representatives by Reps. Mike Rogers (D-MI) and C.A. “Dutch” Ruppersberger (D-MD) in late 2011. It amends the National Security Act of 1947... Read more
Government Moving To Block Judicial Review of Surveillance Law
In 2008, Congress enacted a statute that authorized the National Security Agency to carry out dragnet surveillance of Americans’ international communications. Almost four years later, the statute — called the FISA Amendments Act — has yet to be reviewed by the courts, and, if the Obama administration has its way,... Read more
CISPA: What Is It and How Is It Like SOPA? (infographic)
Check out this infographic on the Cyber Intelligence Sharing & Protection Act (CISPA), a bill making its way through U.S. Congress now. Why are Facebook, AT&T and various other tech companies supporting it? Click here to see why those company reps say they are pro CISPA. CISPA infographic. Proponents say it’s about national... Read more
Pentagon Wants Spy Troops Posing as Businessmen
If the Pentagon gets its way, the gentleman doodling on his notepad as your next overseas business trip goes on endlessly could be a soldier, sailor, airman or marine in disguise. This extraordinary redefinition of the U.S. military’s authorities for clandestine action overseas is officially part of a Pentagon... Read more
Vibrations Sent From Smartphone Through Skeleton Unlock Door
NEW YORK, NY — Brian Amento gripped the deadbolted door handle on the display next to him and with a click, the door unlocked at his touch. In his other hand, he was pinching a small metal disk called a piezoelectric transducer — like the ones used in guitar... Read more
FBI “Communities Against Terrorism” Suspicious Activity Reporting Flyers
The following collection of 25 flyers produced by the FBI and the Department of Justice are distributed to local businesses in a variety of industries to promote suspicious activity reporting. The flyers are not released publicly, though several have been published in the past by news media and various... Read more
Shady Companies With Ties to Israel Wiretap the U.S. for the NSA
Army General Keith Alexander, the director of the NSA, is having a busy year — hopping around the country, cutting ribbons at secret bases and bringing to life the agency’s greatly expanded eavesdropping network. In January he dedicated the new $358 million CAPT Joseph J. Rochefort Building at NSA... Read more
Everything You Wanted to Know About Data Mining
A guide to what data mining is, how it works, and why it’s important. Big data is everywhere we look these days. Businesses are falling all over themselves to hire ‘data scientists,’ privacy advocates are concerned about personal data and control, and technologists and entrepreneurs scramble to find new... Read more