Facebook Is Always Trying To Alter People's Behavior, Says Former Data Scientist
Facebook’s Data Science team reportedly has run hundreds of experiments without people’s knowledge.
by Chris Matyszszyk
Visiting Websites About Privacy Gets You Put in an NSA Database of "Extremists"
Merely expressing an interest in anonymity makes you a target.
by Paul Joseph Watson

 5-Year-Old Committed ‘Sexual Misconduct’ By Pulling Pants Down On Playground
Mother fighting to have the sexual misconduct label removed from her son’s file.
by CBS Las Vegas
Privacy And Civil Liberties Board Mostly Unconcerned About PRISM Or Backbone Tapping By NSA
Latest report much more muted, claims program constitutional, legal and effective as a counterterrorism tool..
by Mike Masnick

74% of Americans Don’t Believe They Have To Give Up Privacy for Security
This view is shared across all seven political categorizations.
by Paul Lagarde
CIA, FBI Follow NSA Through ‘Backdoor’ Searches Of Americans
“..signals intelligence agency is forbidden by law to directly target Americans in such a way..”
by Giuseppe Macri

'Smart' Street Lights to "Track Everything We Do All the Time"
CBS News report touts benefits of new LED technology.
by Paul Joseph Watson


Video: Google Conference Interrupted By 'Killer Robots' Protest
“You all work for a totalitarian company that builds machines that kill people!”
by Steve Watson
Communist Chinese Regime Steps up War on Churches
Hundreds of church buildings torn down this year and leaders arrested.
by Alex Newman

Supreme Court Bans Warrantless Cell Phone Searches
Major ruling updates privacy laws for 21st century.
by Stephen Dinan
"Overwhelming Number" Of False Matches To Come From FBI Biometric Database
Iris scans, facial recognition technology not properly vetted, warn privacy groups.
by Steve Watson

Glenn Greenwald: New NSA Leak From Snowden 'Very Imminent'
“One of the most important in the archive,” says Greenwald.
by Caleb Howe
Peeping drone? Half-dressed woman sees craft hovering outside her 26th-floor window
It was 7:45 Sunday morning and Lisa Pleiss was fresh out of bed.
by James Lynch

NSA? The Postal Service is watching you, too
In 2013, the Postal Inspection Service processed tens of thousands of mail covers.
by Courtney Clark
New Sensors Will Scoop Up 'big data' on Chicago
Officials say they will not record the digital address of every device.
by David Heinzmann