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    NSA releases Christmas Eve surprise report on all their surveillance violations
    The National Security Agency gave America a very unexpected gift late on Christmas Eve. The U.S. spy agency released several highly confidential reports on Wednesday in response to a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). The...
  • Robocops on patrol in California
    Robocops on patrol in California
    New security robots are patrolling the streets of Silicon Valley, California. Soon, these 300-pound, five-foot tall robocops are expected to be everywhere. These futuristic-looking robots are called the Knightscope K5 Autonomous Data Machines....
  • FBI refuses to turn over classified phone intercepts
    FBI refuses to turn over classified phone intercepts
    Irfan Khan, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Pakistan, was indicted on terrorism charges, along with his father and brother — both Muslim imams at South Florida mosques. They were accused of conspiring to provide up to $50,000 to the...
  • Supercookies used by Verizon, AT&T to track Internet activity of their customers
    Supercookies used by Verizon, AT&T to track Internet activity of their customers
    While the dizzying extent of government surveillance is disturbing enough to make your head spin, private companies are also doing their best to demolish every last shred of Internet privacy. Verizon has been covertly tracking Internet activities...
  • Harvard students secretly photographed by the university
    Harvard students secretly photographed by the university
    During the spring 2014 semester, Harvard students were subjected to covert surveillance via hidden cameras placed in classrooms. They were photographed without any notice.Vice Provost for Advances in Learning, Peter K. Bol, finally admitted that...
  • FBI agents cut off Internet access to gain entry as repairmen
    FBI agents cut off Internet access to gain entry as repairmen
    In an elaborate ruse, FBI agents went undercover at a Las Vegas casino to catch members of an alleged sports betting ring in July 2014. The ring was allegedly headed by 50-year-old Malaysian millionaire and gambling guru Paul Phua. The FBI’s...
  • Renee Zellweger, national security and the future of surgery surveillance
    Renee Zellweger, national security and the future of surgery surveillance
    Appearance augmentation has a very, very long history; from the makeup of millennia ago to the wearing of masks. Renee Zellweger’s recent emergence from surgery has caused a pop-cultural and media firestorm—oh, the pathetic nature of...
  • Space Plane X-37B
    After a two year secret mission, U.S. military space plane returns to Earth
    After a record two-year secret mission the Air Force’s obscure space plane X-37B landed safely at California's Vandenberg Air Force Base on Friday. Very little is known about the unmanned and robotically-navigated X-37B, or what exactly...
  • Drone
    Fly high and fast: US Surveillance over Syria
    The Big Story reported from an AP article that US surveillance aircraft flew over Syria. According to the report, the Syrian government could permit the US to not only surveil but to strike Islamic State targets in Syria. Syria’s Foreign...
  • Congress limits NSA spying without warrants
    Congress limits NSA spying without warrants
    The U.S. House of Representatives voted on June 19, 2014 to limit the NSA's ability to spy on American citizens without warrants. An amendment to a defense appropriations bill, this step towards surveillance reform is a step back from post-9...
  • U.S. loses twice in one day to Germany in both soccer and national security
    U.S. loses twice in one day to Germany in both soccer and national security
    June 26 became a red letter day in American-German relations as the Western power, and leader of the European Union, triumphed twice in one day against the U.S.. It began early on with a 1-0 victory by the Germans over the U.S. team in the final...
  • Eric Holder
    Holder sets up Soviet-style 'executive committee' on domestic terror
    Think the National Security Agency is doing enough snooping in “The Homeland?” A federal spying coalition aims to drill deeper under the Orwellian title, Domestic Terrorism Executive Committee.“Call it massive surveillance of the...
  • Microsoft to U.S. government: back down now
    Microsoft to U.S. government: back down now
    Microsoft took aim at the United States government through its general counsel, Brad Smith, in a blog post today. Marking the approximate one year anniversary of the real explosion of media and technology coverage concerning the extent of U.S....
  • Bowe Bergdahl
    Report claims video shows Bowe Bergdahl leaving his post in Afghanistan
    On Tuesday, a caller to "The Buck Sexton Show" claimed that video shows Bowe Bergdahl leaving his post in Afghanistan, The Blaze reported Wednesday.“I was deployed to Afghanistan in 2009, very close to the (forward operating base)...
  • Reset the Net
    Reset The Net: Say 'Nay' to the NSA
    June 5, 2014, is the one year anniversary of the first NSA surveillance leak revealed by whistleblower Edward Snowden. It's also the day a worldwide coalition of tens of thousands of Internet users, companies and organizations pledge to "...