Will Grigg | Law enforcement long ago became essentially lawless.
spin.com | Tolokonnikova staged a hunger strike in order to raise awareness of poor prison conditions and “slave-like” work requirements.
Infowars.com | “..thank you for your efforts in upholding the international laws that protect us all…”
Washington’s Blog | Silicon Valley Titans See Which Way the Wind is Blowing …
Grae Stafford | Paging Mayor Bloomberg, your order is ready.
Washington’s Blog | Argues Spying Okay As Long As Government Doesn’t Get Caught.
Lara Jakes | NSA slides of the phone programs outlined intelligence that the U.S. was given from NATO partners.
Reuters | Obama recently ordered the National Security Agency to curtail eavesdropping on the United Nations headquarters in New York.
Tech Dirt | James Clapper has declassified another batch of documents on the NSA activities.
Fruzsina Eördögh | Wisconsin Rep. Sensenbrenner, along with 60 co-sponsors, aims to amend one section of the Patriot Act.
Mike Adams | The federal government is working on a plan that would mandate black box tracking devices be installed in every vehicle.
The Telegraph | Alexander briefed Obama on spying.
Kit Daniels | Petition against NSA spying has over 570,000 signatures.
The Hill | “Our representatives in Congress tell us this is not surveillance. They’re wrong.”
ZDNet | Mozilla has released a tool that will allow users of the Firefox browser to know which companies are tracking them online.
Foreign Policy | Brazil and Germany today joined forces to press for the adoption of a U.N. General Resolution that promotes the right of privacy on the internet.
Kit Daniels | In-Q-Tel made “strategic investment” into software company involved in Obamacare enrollment.
The Guardian | Agency given more than 200 numbers by government official.
Variety | Public service announcement that calls for an end to NSA snooping.
Washington Free Beacon | Tallies of top-secret documents show widespread data collection.
cjr.org | Journalists and media outlets still wary of appearing to be “soft on terror.”
Anthony Gucciardi | TSA announces plans to spy on you even before you get to the airport.
Mike Adams | No one seems to understand the true reason why these calls are being made.
Daily Caller | Asian-American band has been fighting the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) for over four years.
Tech Dirt | Another leak has been released from Edward Snowden’s files.
The Guardian | Democratic chair of Senate intelligence committee says in USA Today op-ed that NSA program has helped prevent terrorist plots.
Reuters | Public disclosures threaten the ability of police to use powerful new technologies such as drones and mobile license plate readers.
RT | France has called for an explanation for the “unacceptable” and “shocking” reports of NSA spying on French citizens.
Infowars.com | Cops nervously surveil Second Amendment supporters.
Washington Post | Every smartphone these days comes equipped with a WiFi card.
Spiegel.de | The NSA has been systematically eavesdropping on the Mexican government for years.
The Verge | Textbook supplier Zookal will start to use unmanned drones in Australia next year
Paul Joseph Watson | Technology backed by CEO who promoted implantable chips as replacement for credit cards.
Washington Post | Email contained clues that put sender’s husband in the crosshairs of a CIA drone.
Washington Examiner | Next time, this thief might want to see proof of a security clearance.
Voice of Russia | Microsoft and Skype under investigation by Luxemborg’s data protection commissioner.
Washington Free Beacon | $82,800 study will examine social media to study depression.
David Knight | A dragnet warrant for “certain tangible things” by a judge who operates in secret and whose decisions are “Top Secret”
Washington’s Blog | Debunking Government’s Justification for Mass Surveillance.
National Review | Recent discovery may raise further fears about privacy under the health-care law.
Fox News | The TSA continues its war on common sense.
Infowars.com | Two days after the rain, access to the hike and bike trails was still locked with police tape was draped across it.
Washington’s Blog | The National Security Agency is harvesting hundreds of millions of contact lists from personal e-mail and instant messaging accounts.
BBC | D-Link has acknowledged the existence of the backdoor and said a fix would be available soon.
The Register.co.uk | President Tweets desire to protect against ‘possible espionage’
Infowars.com | David Letterman pokes fun at serious Obamacare computer glitches.
libertycrier.com | Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner claimed it was time “to put their metadata program out of business”.
upi.com | Snowden says the Obama administration allows top U.S. officials to lie while persecuting those who tell the truth.
Tech Dirt | “He’s finally getting ready to introduce new legislation, dubbed the USA Freedom Act, to try to clearly restrain the activities of the NSA.”
reuters.com | China will install GPS systems in government cars to thwart personal use by officials.