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NSA Blowback: Nations spied upon pursue plans to balkanize the internet

There is no getting around the fact that the U.S. has replaced the old Soviet Union as the Evil Empire in the eyes of many world leaders.  But unlike the events of 1989, when the Soviets allowed the wall separating East and West Berlin to be torn down, the end of America's iron grip over the world will not come voluntarily.  And due to the growing blowback by world leaders in the wake of the NSA's spying on ...

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NSA spied on Pope under guise that the Vatican was a ‘threat to the financial system’

In the world of fictional Big Brother, or a lessor form of sociopathic tyranny like the United States has become, spying on others becomes an obsession for those in power, much more than simply a justified means of ensuring security. Which is why it can no longer be considered shocking when new information reveals that the NSA's spying arm has infiltrated even the Vatican, and has used its measure of 'highe ...

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President Obama caught in lie that he didn’t know NSA was spying on world leaders

President Obama is on par to go down in history as being a leader who continuously claims he didn't know anything about was going on in his administration, and sadly, he will also be recorded as the one known for lying about what he did or didn't know. On Oct. 27, spokesmen for the White House made the claim that President Obama knew nothing about the NSA spying on world leaders such as Germany's Chancellor ...

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Shutdown bonus: 70% of NSA staff aren’t invading our privacy

There is a rather significant segment of the population that is coming to the conclusion that the current government shutdown is actually good for the American people.  Besides the obvious benefits to us from thousands of furloughs being made to the staff personnel of agencies like the IRS and EPA that intrude on individuals and small businesses, it now appears that the kingpin of privacy invasion is not im ...

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NYPD becomes mouthpiece for NSA as they beg people to upgrade to surveilled iOS7

Earlier this month, a report came out that the NSA has full access to most smartphone operating systems through a backdoor programmed into their platforms during their creation.  And while most users of Apple, RIM, and Samsung devices either knew about this intrusion, or relatively don't care, the New York Police Department wants to be sure you are in synch with the surveillance state.  On Sept. 18, the NYP ...

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New documents show NSA has full access to every Smart Phone and specific groups for each OS

Think your Smart phone is secure?  Not according to internal documents from the NSA which show that not only do they have backdoor access to tap into your data and locations, but they also have created individual working groups dedicated to each individual operating system (OS) used by those phones. On Sept. 7, a German publication reported that the NSA  has the capacity now to access data from within every ...

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U.S. GOVERNMENT Ready For MORE DRONES

  The Federal Aviation Administration's recent certification of two expensive unmanned aircraft for commercial use further opens up the U.S. market for drones, but cheaper unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) will still have to operate in regulatory limbo. The drone industry was heartened by the FAA's decision in late July to greenlight Boeing Co's (BA.N) Insitu ScanEagle and AeroVironment Inc's (AVAV.O) Pu ...

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NSA Starting To CUT PEOPLE

  The National Security Agency, hit by disclosures of classified data by former contractor Edward Snowden, said Thursday it intends to eliminate about 90 percent of its system administrators to reduce the number of people with access to secret information. Keith Alexander, the director of the NSA, the U.S. spy agency charged with monitoring foreign electronic communications, told a cybersecurity confer ...

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Snowden’s Father Chimes In About RUSSIA — FIND OUT WHAT HE SAID HERE

  The father of Edward Snowden, the fugitive former U.S. spy agency contractor, predicted on Wednesday that Russian President Vladimir Putin will stand up to pressure from Washington as the two nations spar over Moscow's decision to grant his son asylum. Lon Snowden's comments came on the day that President Barack Obama canceled a summit meeting with Putin planned for next month in retaliation for Russ ...

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FBI Is Demanding YOUR INTERNET PROVIDER Install SPYING SOFTWARE

\   The U.S. government is quietly pressuring telecommunications providers to install eavesdropping technology deep inside companies' internal networks to facilitate surveillance efforts. FBI officials have been sparring with carriers, a process that has on occasion included threats of contempt of court, in a bid to deploy government-provided software capable of intercepting and analyzing entire commun ...

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