Stagefright Bug 2.0 - One Billion Android SmartPhones Vulnerable to Hacking
Additionally, the attacker gains a foothold, from which they could conduct further local privilege escalation attacks and take complete control of the device.”
by Mohit Kumar
France's Government Aims to Give Itself—and the NSA—Carte Blanche to Spy on the World
By legalizing France’s own plans to spy on the rest of the world, France would establish NSA model as an acceptable global norm.
by Danny O'Brien

5,000 Alaska elementary students wear activity-tracking wristbands
A test group of 350 Anchorage students first received the devices in April.
by Victor Skinner
Nationwide 'suspicious activity' Files Now Document Sketchy Online Activity
“They have crime analysts, cyber analysts, terrorism analysts. They are all working together.”
by Aliya Sternstein

£1984: Does a Cashless Economy Make for a Surveillance State?
A future without money would mean a surveillance state where every transaction is tracked by banks and the state, apart from those using cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.
by Brett Scott
Secret Service Broke Privacy Law to Embarrass Critic Rep. Chaffetz
Chaffetz calls it “a tactic designed to intimidate and embarrass me.”
by NBC News

Notorious US Surveillance Bill May Kill Internet Privacy This Week
“Giving more of your information to the government creates a huge new target for hackers.”
by Sputnik
Pope Pushes Malthusian Elite Agenda In Historic Call For New Global Order
Government corruption by lobbyist to silence the voices of the people, staged war on terror, endless illegal wars of aggression, ongoing false flag operations with crisis actors, out of control police state, creation and arming proxy terrorist armies like ISIS, geoengineering ongoing crimes against humanity and the planet, ongoing GMO poisoning of the human race’s […]
by Bernie Suarez

Stop Watching Us!: Compilation of Animals Attacking Drones
No one likes being spied on, even animals.
Court: Authorities Can't Force Suspects to Reveal Phone Passwords
“Defendants may properly invoke their Fifth Amendment right,” U.S. District Judge of Pennsylvania wrote.
by Katie Bo Williams

EPA spent $800 on a pencil holder
EPA over the past decade has spent a whopping $92.4 million.
by The Washington Times
California School District Rolls Out Iris Scanner Pilot Program on School Buses
Why do we always want to take personal responsibility out of everything.
by Michael Krieger

School District Implements Iris Scanners on Buses
IRITRAK alleges the iris scans are “non-intrusive” with “absolutely no identity security risks in the complete process.”
by Victor Skinner
Office of Personnel Mgmt: 5.6 Million Estimated to Have Fingerprints Stolen in Breach
About 21.5 million individuals had their Social Security Numbers and other sensitive information affected by the hack.
by Everett Rosenfeld