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.
Just when you thought it was safe to get back on the Internet. The latest Internet security bill passed out of committee this week and could be headed for the body of the Senate.
NSA whistleblower William Binney has made the startling claim that the NSA is recording the audio of at least 80 percent of Americans' telephone calls.
Chinese hackers, presumably working for the communist dictatorship in Beijing, broke into sensitive U.S. government computer systems in March holding information on federal employees, the New York Times reported on July 9, citing senior U.S. officials.
The military is turning social media into a laboratory for its thought and emotion control experiments — experiments forcibly funded by the American taxpayer.
More innocent Americans have their e-mail and text messages read by the NSA every year without a warrant and probable cause.
The NSA warrantless surveillance program nominally geared at spying on foreigners has also spied on innocent Americans without a warrant, including a Republican Party operative, a civil rights activist and several university professors.
The Pentagon spends millions on studies of potential uprisings that start on social media.