Congress is Attempting to Reauthorize Key Patriot Act Provisions by Sneaking it Into “USA Freedom Act”
Making it a part of something that ostensibly appears to be reining in surveillance powers.
by Michael Krieger
TSA Caught Sabotaging Scanners To Force Groping For Sexual Gratification
TSA agents more concerned with sexual gratification than security.

HEAD of the FBI’s Anthrax Investigation Says the Whole Thing Was a SHAM
FBI head agent in charge of anthrax investigation has filed a federal whistleblower lawsuit.
by Washington's Blog
How Reliable Is Reuters?
Public opinion manipulated and warped.
by Eric Zuesse

FBI Stingrays: Illegal And Unwarranted
Spy devices sweeping up vast amounts of cellular data.
by Jon Bowne
WikiLeaks Publishes Thousands of Hacked Sony Documents
“This archive shows the inner workings of an influential multinational corporation.”
by Brent Lang

City seeks injunction to keep traffic cameras operating
City wants to keep cameras at the expense of the public.
by Nick Hytrek

​US bans Intel from sending computer chips to China amid nuclear research fears
“Once we got the letter, we stopped shipment of parts.”
by RT
Holy Smoke: EPA wants to regulate BBQ grills?
We had better start hoarding lighter fluid and metal 55-gallon drums.
by Marty Roney

UK Mass Surveillance Is Facing a Ruling From Europe's Human Rights Court
Government’s regulations breached the human rights of people in the UK.
by Ben Bryant
Internet of Things Day: Time to Consider IoT Threats, Say Experts
Internet-connected devices pose major risk to consumers.
by Phil Muncaster

Sacramento Utility Warns Water Wasters Could Be Cut Off If They Don’t Cut Back
American Water Utility Sacramento may be forced to restrict or cut off water to people who waste it.
by CBS Sacramento

SSRIs And The Planned Drone Society
Gov’t uses Germanwings crash to promote autonomous jetliners.
Internet of things devices meant to simplify our lives may end up ruling them instead
Internet of things: a helping hand, or holding us back?
by Andy Tattersall