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NSA Spying Violations ‘MORE SERIOUS’ Than THEY Told Us

  Democratic Senator Ron Wyden of Oregon told MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Tuesday that NSA violations of court orders placing limits on surveillance had been “more serious” 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 “nu ...

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LAWMAKERS WHO VOTED FOR THE NSA TO KEEP SPYING GOT DOUBLE THE DONATIONS FROM THE DEFENSE INDUSTRY

  On Wednesday, the House voted 217 to 205 not to defund the controversial NSA surveillance programs. It turns out that the lawmakers who voted no on the Amash amendment, and wanted to keep the government program fully funded, received twice as much in campaign financing from the intelligence and defense industry as the 205 “yes” voters. An investigation performed at the request of WIRED found out on F ...

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CONGRESS WILL NOT STOP MASSIVE NSA SURVEILLANCE

The House defeated legislation on Wednesday that would have blocked the National Security Agency (NSA) from collecting vast amounts of phone records. The Obama administration considers this a victory in the first Congressional showdown over the N.S.A.’s surveillance activities since Edward J. Snowden’s security breaches last month. The vote was close, 205 to 217, and came after a brief but impassioned debat ...

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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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DEFCON HACKERS MAKE FEDS TAKE a ‘TIME OUT’

  For over twenty years, DefCon has been a place where hackers of all kinds can unite and focus on technology, technique, and ideas. It has been a venue where it’s not uncommon to see anarchists sitting with geeks and with employees of three-letter federal agencies. DefCon has had a “live-and-let-live credo” since 1992. This year, things have changed. DefCon organizers have asked feds to sit out this y ...

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Anna Chapman, former Russian spy, tweets marriage proposal to Edward Snowden

    Anna Chapman, the Russian secret agent, sent a message to Edward Snowden on Wednesday. “Snowden, will you marry me?” Chapman asked on Twitter. “@nsa will you look after our children?” she later tweeted to an account that does not actually represent the National Security Agency. Chapman, 31-years-old, was outed as a spy in 2010. Chapman had been a real estate agent in New York City before she w ...

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YET AGAIN ICELAND WORKING TO RESTORE HUMANITIES FAITH IN GOVERNMENT …HERE’S HOW

Some lawmakers in Iceland may have found a way to get Edward Snowden legally into the country for asylum. Snowden is believed to be stuck in a Moscow airport and seeking a safe haven in numerous countries. In order to be granted asylum, Snowden would have to reach one of the nations. Bolivian President Evo Morales recently had his plane diverted to Austria, allegedly because they believe Snowden was on the ...

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BOLIVIA TELLS WORLD … EUROPE ‘KIDNAPPED’ THEIR PRESIDENT!

  Bolivian President Evo Morales was outraged Tuesday when his flight was rerouted and delayed overnight in Austria, allegedly because of suspicions he was trying to sneak away National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden. Morales left Europe for home on Wednesday. Bolivia accused the United States of ordering European countries to stop Morales from their airspace. It is unclear whether ...

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George W. Bush: Snowden ‘damaged the security of the country’ and Obama will ‘deal with it’

Former President George W. Bush expects the Obama administration to “deal” with Edward Snowden. Bush stated on Monday that the National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower had “damaged the security of the country” by revealing the details of the agency’s surveillance programs. Bush also stated that there is a proper balance between privacy and security in the programs he set up. "I know he damaged the count ...

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NSA DOMESTIC SPY WANDA SYKES: ‘I USED TO WORK FOR THE NSA, SNOWDEN DESERVES TO ROT IN JAIL’ [W/ VIDEO]

  Many in the United States are at odds over the National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower, Edward Snowden, and this includes the country’s celebrities. Wanda Sykes, a stand-up comedienne, made her own opinions on Snowden very clear Friday night on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. When asked what she think she happen to Snowden, Sykes stated, “They should get him back here, try him, and he rots in a ...

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