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San Jose Police’s Surveillance Drone Has Community Concerned

By: Carolina Wilson of Deputy Chief Dave Hober of the San Jose Police Department addresses the city’s neighborhood commission and fifty gathering community members about the SJPD’s ownership of an unnamed aerial system (UAS), commonly referred to as a surveillance drone, at City Hall on Nov. 12, 2014. Hober said while the drone was […]

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British Spies Are Free to Target Lawyers and Journalists

By: British spies have been granted the authority to secretly eavesdrop on legally privileged attorney-client communications, according to newly released documents. On Thursday, a series of previously classified policies confirmed for the first time that the U.K.’s top surveillance agency Government Communications Headquarters (pictured above) has advised its employees: “You may in principle target […]

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Harvard Secretly Photographed Students to Study Attendance

By: Matt Rocheleau via Harvard University has revealed that it secretly photographed some 2,000 students in 10 lecture halls last spring as part of a study of classroom attendance, an admission that prompted criticism from faculty and students who said the research was an invasion of privacy. More News and this story continued at […]

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Court Rules Police Can Force Users to Unlock iPhones with Fingerprints, But Not Passcodes

By: A Circuit Court judge in Virginia has ruled that fingerprints are not protected by the Fifth Amendment, a decision that has clear privacy implications for fingerprint-protected devices like newer iPhones and iPads. According to Judge Steven C. Fucci, while a criminal defendant can’t be compelled to hand over a passcode to police officers […]

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New Zealand Paying Out the Fanny for Anglo-Amerikan Empire Spy Inclusion

Kiwis Pay $103m ‘Membership Fee’ to Join Five Eyes Surveillance Club By: David Fisher of via The $103 million taxpayer funding of New Zealand’s intelligence agencies is effectively a membership fee for joining the Five Eyes surveillance club with the United States, United Kingdom, Australia and Canada, according to a de-classified report. More […]

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Kiwis Bow to the All Seeing Eye of the Amerikan Empire

American Spies Use NZ Embassies to Collect Intelligence By: Ian Allen via Embassies belonging to the government of New Zealand are secretly being used by the United States as part of a worldwide network of intelligence-collection facilities, according to documents leaked over the weekend. The documents were released by Edwards Snowden, an American former […]

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Stasi Overseers in London Continue to Sell Plebs of Society on Endless Surveillence

U.K. Snooping Powers Are Too weak, says Crime Agency Boss By: Vikram Dodd via Britons must accept a greater loss of digital freedoms in return for greater safety from serious criminals and terrorists in the internet age, according to the country’s top law enforcement officer. Keith Bristow, director general of the National Crime Agency, […]

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NSA Now Targeting Public School Students in Huntsville, AL Program

Huntsville Schools say Call from NSA Led to Monitoring Students Online By: Dr. Casey Wardynski via A secret program to monitor students’ online activities began quietly in Huntsville schools, following a phone call from the NSA, school officials say. Huntsville schools Superintendent Casey Wardynski says the system began monitoring social media sites 18 months ago, […]

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FBI Creating A New “Next Generation Identification” Biometric Database Designed for Mass Surveillance – Big Brother Is Watching You!

FBI Creating A New “Next Generation Identification” Biometric Database Designed for Mass Surveillance Spotlight on Surveillance – December 2013 The FBI’s Next Generation Identification Program: Big Brother’s ID System? The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is developing a biometric identification database program called “Next Generation Identification” (NGI). When completed, the NGI system will be the […]

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