An internal CIA Inspector General review of charges brought March 13 by Senator Dianne Feinstein has concluded the CIA did indeed spy on Senate Intelligence Committee staffers, delete information on their computers, and knowingly refer false information to the U.S. Justice Department for prosecution of Senate staffers.
The Intercept has published a 166-page manual of how the federal government puts people on the “no-fly list” and monitors American citizens.
On Tuesday, Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, introduced his version of the USA Freedom Act intended to strengthen a similar bill passed by the House last May.
Russian strongman Vladimir Putin and Communist Chinese dictator Xi Jinping visited Latin America this month to push a new international order and boost relations between their regimes and the region’s totalitarian-minded rulers, signing huge deals with their counterparts in the Western Hemisphere on everything from trade and economic cooperation to military issues and espionage.
Chalk up a victory for liberty and for the Fourth Amendment!
The Internal Revenue Service continues to extend its already vast overreach, this time by agreeing to monitor church sermons as part of an agreement the government made on July 17 with the aggressively atheistic Freedom From Religion Foundation.
The state senate of North Carolina is close to approving a bill that would allow state and local law enforcement to use automatic license plates reader systems to create databases of people traveling on state roadways.
Edward Snowden is still working on surveillance systems — only now he is working to foil them.
Executive Order 12333 issued by Ronald Reagan provides a large loophole for spying on Americans.
Every day the boundaries of government manipulation of social media are being redrawn as new revelations come to light on the Internet.