It has been a year and a half since the Snowden leaks revealed what many long suspected: We are being spied on by our government.
Already under fire for seeking to usurp new powers to control the Internet, the United Nations International Telecommunications Union (ITU) is facing intense criticism after appointing a Chinese Communist to lead the controversial UN agency starting next year.
Against the will of the U.S. Congress, the Obama administration is making plans to transfer control of the Internet to globalists, who will likely assert an authoritarian hand.
Internet giant Twitter filed a lawsuit October 7 against the FBI in order to be allowed to publicly disclose details about information it must submit to federal officials without judicial warrants under the USA PATRIOT Act.
The Obama administration’s vows to fight UN efforts for “global governance” of the Internet ring hollow.
This new encryption software represents a small but important victory in the privacy wars.
In the midst of a secret court battle over a federal demand for users' data, Yahoo was forced into compliance by the threat of massive fines, court documents show.
The Obama administration wants everyone to know that it claims the power to conduct dragnet surveillance of American phone records and that it is not going to bother revealing the source of that authority.
The UN’s upcoming summit on “global governance” of the Internet bodes ill for freedom in cyberspace, as official representation is tilted heavily toward the side of totalitarian repression.
As the UN Internet Summit in September approaches, globalists are stepping up the propaganda blitz to give the UN taxing, censoring, surveillance, and governing powers over all Internet usage.