Anti-Jarrett Author Faces Backlash – Scrambles For Cover
Odd and ongoing influence of the Jarrett White House.
by D.W. Ulsterman
Justice Department Defends US Marshals’ Airborne Cell Tower Spoofers
Refuses to acknowledge program exists.
by Tim Cushing

Justice Department Defends US Marshals' Airborne Cell Tower Spoofers; Refuses To Acknowledge Program Exists
Justice Department defended the legality of the operation saying US Marshals don’t maintain database of everyday Americans’ cellphones.
by Tim Cushing
Microsoft Hires Dalek-style Robocops to Guard Silicon Valley HQ
Robot security guards can predict crimes before they occur.
by Lilian Anekwe

Los Angeles police using CIA software to track criminals, ex-cons
New software used by LAPD tracks ex-cons and others likely to commit crimes…
by RT.com
Regulating the Internet threatens entrepreneurial freedom
Threats from Washington to stifle freedom, entrepreneurship and creativity online.
by Ted Cruz

Dragnet: Justice Dept gets airborne to spy on thousands of American cellphone users
New disclosures show the Justice Department is engaged in dragnet surveillance using aircraft.
by RT
FBI Might Have Used Drones To Spy On Defendant In Senator Leland Yee Corruption Case
“It appears the FBI agents were also deceiving a federal judge about whether aerial surveillance was occurring at all.”
by Max A. Cherney


Dating Site Uses Biometrics to Verify Online Dating Profiles
Members forced to present government issued IDs.
by Stephen Mayhew
Rap Sheets, Watchlists and Spy Networks Now Available With Single Click
Government compiling information into central database.
by Aliya Sternstein

Is Barack Obama Attempting To Harass And Intimidate Media Personalities On His ‘Enemies List’?
Someone is attempting to harass and intimidate media personalities that are very critical of Barack Obama and his administration.
by Michael Snyder
Federal Judge Says Public Has Right to Know About FBI’s Facial Recognition Database
“The general public has a genuine, tangible interest in a system designed to store and manipulate significant quantities of its own biometric data.”
by Dustin Volz

How Journalists Are Arming Themselves to Safely Report Post-Snowden
As government pushes and prosecutes America’s top reporters, journalists shift to protect Americans’ right to information.
by Eliza Krigman
Snowden: Congress Needs to Encrypt Emails
“The only people who know what’s gong on in our government are our enemies, and I don’t think that’s a sustainable model.”
by Julian Hattem

Will Republicans Continue Scrutiny of the NSA?
Midterm election results will flip Senate committees.
by Tom Risen
New Amazon Device Uses Voice Recognition to Track Users in Their Homes
“It’s always on… voice recognition hears you from across the room”
by Mikael Thalen