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Find Out Who Called PUTIN A SCHOOLYARD BULLY

  A senior Democratic senator said on Sunday that the U.S.-Russia¬†relationship had become "poisonous" and urged President Barack Obama to consider moving next month's Group of 20 summit away from the Russian city of St. Petersburg. Charles Schumer, the U.S. Senate's third ranking Democrat and a close Obama ally, accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of trying to antagonize the United States by grant ...

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The NSA LIES TO YOU – HERE IS WHAT THEY KNOW THAT YOU DON’T

  When we as a species use language to communicate and engage with one another, we have a certain understanding that certain words mean certain things. That is the entire purpose of language, effective communication between human beings that can be easily understood. As a result, we should be able to assume that when government bureaucrats utilize words that are commonplace within society, that these w ...

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Furious White House Blasts Russia Over Edward Snowden

  The White House said Thursday that it is "extremely disappointed" in¬†Russia's decision to grant National Security Agency leak source Edward Snowden temporary asylum in the country, casting it as a setback in the countries' bilateral relationship. "Mr. Snowden is not a whistleblower," White House Press Secretary Jay Carney told reporters Thursday afternoon. Carney said that the U.S. was not given adva ...

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OBAMA ‘Open To NSA Surveillance Reform’

  President Obama told key members of Congress on Thursday that he was "open to suggestions" for reforming the National Security Agencysurveillance¬†programs that have embroiled his administration in controversy. Ron Wyden,¬†the Oregon Democrat who is among the Senate's leading critics of the NSA's bulk phone records collection, said he left a meeting at the White House confident that "constructive" chan ...

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SNOWDEN’S SECRETS: The Latest Leak From The WHISTLEBLOWER

  The US government has paid at least ¬£100m to the UK spy agencyGCHQ¬†over the last three years to secure access to and influence over Britain's intelligence gathering programmes. The top secret payments are set out in documents which make clear that the Americans expect a return on the investment, and that¬†GCHQ¬†has to work hard to meet their demands. "GCHQ must pull its weight and be seen to pull its w ...

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NSA Paid BRITISH SPY AGENCY $150 MILLION to Do U.S. DIRTY WORK

  The NSA has made hush-hush payments of at least $150 million to Britain‚Äôs GCHQ spying agency over the past three years to influence British intelligence gathering operations. The payouts were revealed in new Snowden leaks published by The Guardian. The documents illustrate that the NSA expects the UK‚Äôs Government Communications Headquarters, known as GCHQ, to act in its interest, expecting a return o ...

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HOW TO NSA-PROOF YOUR PASSWORDS

Silent Circle has a password test¬†‚Äď you don‚Äôt need to sign up to test a password in the upper right. Note that longer passphrases, even if they are only lower case characters, are tougher to crack than shorter passwords with all sorts of numbers and non-characters. Examples: 8 Character Randomized Password:¬†T0u%p@s5 Time to crack:¬†14 minutes 17 Character Passphrase:¬†rockwell is right Time to crack:¬†4 Days 2 ...

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Snowden Finally Leaves Airport: GRANTED ASYLUM

  National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden left the transit zone of a Moscow airport and officially entered Russia after authorities granted him asylum for a year, his lawyer said Thursday, a move that suggests the Kremlin isn't shying away from further conflict with the United States. Snowden's whereabouts will be kept a secret for security reasons, lawyer Anatoly Kucherena said, making it even ...

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STILL CLASSIFIED NSA Tool Collects ‘NEARLY EVERYTHING YOU DO ONLINE’

  A top secret National Security Agency program allows analysts to search with no prior authorization through vast databases containing emails, online chats and the browsing histories of millions of individuals, according to documents provided by whistleblower Edward Snowden. The¬†NSA¬†boasts in training materials that the program, called XKeyscore, is its "widest-reaching" system for developing intellig ...

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NSA Spying Violations ‚ÄėMORE SERIOUS‚Äô Than THEY Told Us

  Democratic Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon told MSNBC‚Äôs Andrea Mitchell Tuesday that NSA violations of court orders placing limits on surveillance had been ‚Äúmore serious‚ÄĚ than the federal government has admitted. Last Friday, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper¬†admitted in a letter to Wyden¬†that the NSA had violated court orders setting limits on NSA spying, acknowledging there had been a ‚Äúnu ...

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TSA offers a way for flyers to avoid pat downs by giving them complete access to your internet usage

The TSA has done a wonderful job of apprehending terrorists during the 12 years of its administration at major airports since 9/11.  In fact, the number of actual terror suspects they have caught in this time are exactly zero. Which means that the tens of billions of taxpayers dollars they have spent over the past decade have not been used to stop or hinder terror plots in airports, or on U.S. soil, but ins ...

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New Secret Files Reveal NSA Has Direct Access To Systems Of Top U.S. Internet Giants For Data Mining

By Madison Ruppert Editor of End the Lie Details of the PRISM system from the presentation (Image credit: documents obtained by The Washington Post) Thought yesterday’s revelation of Verizon being ordered to hand over records for all U.S. calls to the National Security Agency (NSA) was bad? Think again. Today documents were unveiled showing that the NSA and FBI are directly tapping into the servers of nine ...

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