Federal Government Ordered to Explain Why it Needs a Cell Phone Kill Switch
Implementation of the policy was a reaction to the 2005 London subway bombing.
by Carey Wedler
Exclusive Preview: NSA Architect Blows Surveillance State Wide Open
Tune in Thursday, April 30 for an exposé on the NSA!
by Infowars.com

Whistleblowers Back “Surveillance State Repeal Act”
H.R. 1466, the Surveillance State Repeal Act.
by Dan Froomkin
US states take aim at NSA over warrantless surveillance
Unlawful acquisition by the National Security Agency of personal information.
by Anthony Zurcher

This is a REAL Commercial from AARP: “Riots Nationwide Have Prompted The Government To Declare Martial Law”
The bizarre world of militarization and propaganda just got a little bit more crazy – and spooky.
by Mac Slavo
NSA's Stellar Wind Program Was Almost Completely Useless, Hidden From FISA Court By NSA And FBI
Total information awareness remains surveillance state’s goal.
by Tim Cushing

DHS Opening Office In Silicon Valley To More Efficiently Complain To Tech Companies About Encryption
Government continues to push policy of total transparency for the public, not themselves.
by Tim Cushing


Hello Barbie, the NSA win big in Germany’s “Big Brother” awards for privacy abuses
Germans’ sensitivity towards Big Brother dates back to their history with totalitarian governments.
by Grace Dobush
TSA Screeners Fired In Groping Scandal Both In 20s, No Criminal Records
Agents refusing to discuss the bizarre conspiracy that got them fired…
by CBS Denver

How America’s Aristocracy Extends Its Global Control
The fact is: Might makes likely. And, real progress is always unlikely.
by Eric Zuesse
Automakers Want to Outlaw Gearheads From Working on Their Own Cars
Car companies seek copyright restrictions to stop car enthusiasts, home mechanics.
by Kit Daniels

Raytheon Buys Cybersecurity Company For $1.9 Billion
U.S. weapons and electronic equipment manufacturer delves further into cybersecurity realm.
by Jeff Stone
Twitter moves non-US accounts to Ireland away from the NSA
Twitter has also made it clear that users are free to sign up for an account using a pseudonym if they want.
by Mark Wilson

New Zealand Plotted to Spy on China for US - NSA Documents
Spy on a data link between the Chinese consulate and the Chinese visa office in Auckland.
by Sputnik
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