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Government spy agency collects millions of Yahoo webcam images

February 27, 2014
Britain's surveillance agency GCHQ, with aid from the US National Security Agency, collected still images of Yahoo webcam chats, British newspaper the Guardian reported Thursday.The surveillance program, codenamed Optic Nerve, intercepted and stored the webcam images of...

President Obama and NSA surveillance at a nexus

January 18, 2014
Yesterday, Friday Jan. 17, 2014 President Obama laid out a plan to limit some NSA surveillance programs as seen in the attached Reuters News video. In the analysis by The Times Minute videoMr. Obama is seen in...

Obama, Congress give citizens backhanded Christmas gift

December 28, 2013
In a flurry of activity to get last minute legislation passed before heading out of town for the holiday break, Congress handed citizens a backhanded Christmas gift in the form of a renewed and update version of the National Defense...

About the recently released NSA report

December 19, 2013
President Barack Obama had commissioned his review team on or about Aug. 12, 2013 about Intelligence Collection and Communication Technologies. That team has now published its report and it has been released. The attached Times Minute video report...

Federal judge rules against NSA data collection

December 16, 2013
On Dec. 16, U.S. District Judge Richard Leon of the District of Columbia ruled in the case of Klayman v. Obama that the National Security Agency's bulk collection of telephony metadata, such as records of numbers called...

The Scope of Mobile Surveillance

December 10, 2013
Nearly everyone has a cell phone these days. The technology has become an integral part of our everyday lives. There are many people that have forgone the use of “land-line” phones all together. According to the World...

Department of Homeland Security widens its reach

November 13, 2013
While the world and the majority of privacy-conscious Americans are rightly concerned with the NSA’s far reaching surveillance, the Department of Homeland Security continues its stealthy encroachment into every aspect of our lives.For example, the DHS...