Canada just made it legal for police to search your cellphone without a warrant
Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that police can search a suspect’s cellphone without getting a search warrant…
by Mike Blanchfield
Google Pulls Out The Nuclear Option: Shuts Down Google News In Spain Over Ridiculous Copyright Law
“…[A]s a result of a new Spanish law, we’ll shortly have to close Google News in Spain…”
by Mike Masnick

U.S. Army builds drone airport in Texas
Airport costs $33 million.
by RT
CIA Employs War Criminals
One of the reasons repeatedly stated by President Bush for the invasion of Iraq in 2003 was the maintenance of “torture rooms” by Hussein.
by Andrew P. Napolitano

US court extends NSA surveillance rules in current form
A reform bill, the USA Freedom Act, ran into difficulties in the Senate.
by John Ribeiro
CIA unlikely to lose power in wake of interrogation report
Agency expected to emerge with its role and power intact.
by Greg Miller and Dana Priest

Spy Wars: CIA vs. Congress
Why is it okay to spy on U.S. citizens but not government officials?
by Jesse Ventura
Washington pay-by-mile pilot program approval expected
GPS trackers to record drivers’ data in real-time.
by Jake Whittenberg


Google wants to replace passwords with fingerprints and eyeballs
Could scan fingerprints, eyeballs, veins, or even voice pattern to access website on a computer or mobile device…
by Mike Murphy
Spanish Authorities Consider Law to Wiretap Homes
New law would allow for the legality of interception of mobile messaging apps.
by Sputnik

Emails Show FBI Worked to Debunk 'Conspiracy Theories' Following Michael Hastings' Death
Shot down claims Hastings was the target of a federal probe.
by Jason Leopold
House Lawmakers to Reintroduce Bill to Limit NSA 'Backdoor' Spying
Cut out of ongoing funding negotiations.
by Dustin Volz

Shop & Sh*t: Amazon's Bold New Ad Campaign
Online retailer apparently vying for title of “Worst Ad Campaign Ever.”
by Adan Salazar
Appeals Court to Hear Oral Arguments in Idaho Woman's Case Against NSA Spying
EFF, ACLU Support Smith in Fighting Mass Surveillance Before Ninth Circuit.
by EFF.org

Who Should Own the Internet? Julian Assange on Living in a Surveillance Society
“Everything about the world Orwell envisioned has become so obvious that one keeps running up against the novel’s narrative shortcomings.”
by Julian Assange
Operation AURORAGOLD: How the NSA Hacks Cellphone Networks Worldwide
NSA has spied on hundreds of companies and organizations internationally.
by Ryan Gallagher