State Department reveals Hillary Clinton received $500K worth of jewelry from Saudi king
Lavish gifts were among a treasure trove of keepsakes bestowed upon U.S. leaders.
by NY Daily News
Most Americans against Patriot Act, poll shows
Unless the Congress acts, the act would expire on June 1.
by Press TV

GCHQ spies given immunity from anti-hacking laws
British intelligence officers now exempt from prosecution for hacking under the Computer Misuse Act.
by Sophie Curtis

The Secret Corporate Takeover
The real intent of these provisions is to impede economy and protect citizens.
by Joseph E. Stiglitz
FBI: Plane hacker claims he hacked hard and often
Admitted to making plane change course.
by The Inquirer

Latest Self-Driving Google Car Heading to Public Streets
“We want to partner to bring self-driving to all the vehicles in the world.”
by Associated Press
North Carolina Woman Being Evicted From Her Own Land For Living in Tent
An overstep and abuse of power by the city/county authorities.
by Patriot Daily


TSA Records Detail Alleged Sexual Assaults of Travelers at Three U.S. Airports
Passengers objected to the alleged sexually-related assaults, repeatedly saying they were “shocked,” “violated,” and “humiliated.”
by Judicial Watch
Ireland Becoming The Key Spot In Fights Over Data Privacy
Both Concerning Governments And Tech Companies.
by Mike Masnick

Forbidden Data
Wyoming just criminalized citizen science.
by Justin Pidot

Why Are So-Called Progressives Defending Special Ops Training?
Jade Helm 15 is not a joke and must be taken seriously.
by Carol Miller
DHS, IRS, Debt Collectors Fight to Expand Use of License Plate Tracking Devices
Constitutionalists should sense something sinister in the IRS’s purchase of license plate tracking technology.
by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.

Edward Snowden warns data retention laws are 'dangerous'
The former NSA contractor who lifted the lid on mass surveillance in the US has a message for Australians living with new data retention laws: “You are being watched.”
by Claire Reilly
How CISA Threatens Both Privacy and Cybersecurity
Information sharing just doesn’t work like CISA advocates imagine.
by Andrea Castillo