FSFE | For a long time, cars were a symbol of freedom and independence. No longer.
Fox News | NSA and Canadian counterpart carried out spying operations during G8 and G20 summits in Toronto, according to new report.
Infowars.com | Surveillance cams get party hats.
John Banks | So-called “FISA Improvements Act” is poised to actually do the complete opposite of what its title implies.
Paul Joseph Watson | Company suspends accounts of foul-mouthed Xbox gamers.
EFF.org | Here’s a cheat sheet to help you talk about the NSA spying when you’re with family and friends.
Mikael Thalen | Researchers recently unveiled a new fleet of drones capable of obeying vocal and visual commands.
RT | US and British intelligence officials say they are concerned about a “doomsday” collection of highly classified, heavily encrypted materials.
WTOP | Physicians prescribing apps that help track patients’ illnesses through information collected by their smartphones.
EFF.org | Privacy may not be the only casualty of the National Security Agency’s massive surveillance program.
Washington Times | D.C. police activated 100 new “next-generation” traffic cameras Saturday.
Paul Joseph Watson | Next generation UAV to spy on Americans?
dailydot.com | Recently leaked documents from Edward Snowden show the NSA had a plan to rapidly expand its authority.
rt.com | Has facilitated the data collection method employed by the NSA’s PRISM program.
Tom Dart | Attention to spark more debate, greater openness, extra focus.
The Local.de | The parties are currently in coalition negotiations over forming Germany’s next government.
Politico | Turf war building over surveillance legislation.
Channel 4 News | British gov’t didn’t protect its citizens from foreign surveillance.
Foreign Policy | The tyrants move to suppress anonymous free speech.
Boing Boing | She neglected to include healthful Ritz crackers in her kids’ school lunches.
Paul Joseph Watson | Promo video shows user scanning fingerprint to leave containment area of TSA-backed detention pod.
RT | High court acknowledged without comment that it would not hear the case.
Tech Dirt | Chicago law professor is, not surprisingly, a big fan of the NSA’s surveillance efforts.
Washington’s Blog | Former Presidents and Vice Presidents Agree: Mass Surveillance Is Destroying Our Country.
USA Today | The NSA will neither confirm nor deny that it has gathered information on anyone.
The Crime Report | Although the device is supposed to vibrate when activated from Utah, the feature could be turned on without warning.
RT | British spies turned high-end hotels into surveillance drag net.
The Guardian | Feinstein fuels tyranny.
Reuters | “These will continue to come out,” Alexander said.
Seattle Times | Microsoft’s new Cybercrime Center talk about stopping criminals: software pirates, criminal syndicates that run botnets and exploiters of children.
USA Today | Software will be better able to identify people through a variety of photographs, video and other images.
EFF.org | Condemns “human rights violations and abuses that may result from the conduct of any surveillance of communications…”
Paul Joseph Watson | SPD admit mesh network was never turned off after DHS testing phase.
Kit Daniels | “Gunshot detectors” in classrooms surpass Big Brother in 1984 and the real East German Stasi.
Infowars.com | Government documents obtained exclusively by Infowars expose massive DHS domestic spy grid designed to track citizens in real time through mega government databases.
The Verge | Can companies triangulate on phones’ locations or turn them on when they’re off?
The Verge | GCHQ set up fake LinkedIn and Slashdot pages to plant malware within Belgian telecommunications company.
Zero Hedge | Dangerous incidents involving drones have already taken place.
RT | Prominent WikiLeaks supporter said she was tipped off to the spying in 2010 by Julian Assange.
The Guardian | Rusbridger to appear before home affairs select committee after claims that revelations were damaging national security
Kurt Nimmo | NSA General Counsel Rajesh De says the NSA is using the same tactics as the NYPD.
cnn.com | Pay a tech firm $40,500 to monitor what middle and high school students post publicly on Facebook, Twitter and other social media.
Washington Times | More domestic spying coming your way.
RT | NSA whistleblower persuaded 25 fellow workers to give him login keys and passwords.
Mac Slavo | You may have your suspicions about what’s going on behind closed doors at the White House.
theguardian.com | Monitoring began after antiwar.com editor passed along to the bureau a threat he received against his own website.
dailycaller.com | An “unauthorized” no-bid contract.
Kurt Nimmo | Germany continues to give deference to the United States despite the fact the NSA was caught bugging German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s phone.
NextGov.com | Think of it as automated police lineups for the YouTube generation.
William Cummings | U.S. and British intelligence are the “worst offenders,” according to Snowden.