Tech Dirt | Our government lies. This is an obvious statement but it needs to be put out there in black and white.
Mikael Thalen | Police blame bar owners for not knowing law after getting caught pushing them into surveillance program.
Paul Craig Roberts | How much more evidence do you need that you are not a citizen of the United States but a mere serf of the federal government?
RT | Microsoft asked why Chinese-language queries by customers outside of web-restricted mainland China are coming back heavily censored.
RT | Paul promises a historic fight.
RT | “There’s no country where we have a no-spy agreement.”
Michael Snyder | Would you like to have an RFID microchip implanted under your skin?
Mikael Thalen | Lobbyists fearful over constitutional limits on drone use.
Joe Shortsleeve | $7 million form Homeland Security for the project.
bbc.com | One of the most popular upgrades is to implant a microchip under the skin, usually in the soft webbing between the thumb and forefinger.
Washington’s Blog | Metadata Alone Doesn’t Insure We’re Targeting Bad Guys
Paul Joseph Watson | Authorities could hijack technology to stifle dissent.
Steve Watson | Pentagon wants to “help” soldiers and seniors by implanting devices to trigger memories.
Mike Masnick | Former JSOC drone operator is adamant that the technology has been responsible for taking out terrorists.
PC World | If it passes, it could usher in kill-switch technology nationwide.
Defense One | Groups attending tops 4,000.
My 9 NJ.com | Pulse Wallet is a point-of-sale register and biometric payment terminal.
PC World | Organizers plan protest for next Tuesday.
newsmax.com | Obama doing “blithely whatever he thinks he can get away with.”
Washington’s Blog | Spy Agency “Masqueraded As An Enemy In A ‘False Flag’ Operation”.
nypost.com | “A thief selling stolen material is a thief.”
RT | No doubt for blackmailing.
libertyblitzkrieg.com | The vision of ‘talking’ cars that avoid crashes is well on the way to becoming a reality.
Associated Press | Feds wanted information on more than 50,000 customer accounts in six month period.
newsmax.com | Requirement that would have forced farmer-lawmakers to disclose benefits they receive.
Tech Dirt | There are about 40,000 accounts on Yahoo or Google to which the NSA/FBI and others in the intelligence community have access.
KVUE | Fleet grounded after crash near San Diego.
Penny Starr | Critics were a “tiny minority” who opposed standards altogether, which was unfair because “the children belong to all of us.”
Infowars.com | Accidentally delete an important e-mail or voicemail? Don’t worry, the NSA has a copy!
Leaked Source | Embattled NSA to get new leaders to deal with ongoing fallout from whistleblower Snowden’s surveillance disclosures.
nypost.com | Between the NSA’s power and the IRS’s revenge, how can Americans not be worried about the opinions they express?
Daniel J. Mitchell | Government-mandated spying on our bank accounts is both pointless and part of a broader effort to oppress people.
Robyn Greene | This would not be the first time that the CIA has violated Americans’ rights.
Infowars.com | Video itself was posted on the official Henry & Aaron YouTube account.
CBC News | Electronic snooping was part of a trial run for U.S. NSA and other foreign services
AFP | Yahoo alerted users of its free email service Thursday that hackers slipped into accounts to loot information using stolen passwords.
Washington’s Blog | Spies Want To Predict Everyone’s Thoughts and Actions.
Telegraph.co.uk | EU developing secret plan to give police the power to control cars by switching engine off remotely.
Infowars.com | The regulated Internet, complete with biometrics scans and bans on political dissent.
London Guardian | Known liar wants the evidence of NSA crimes.
Washington’s Blog | Don’t Get Too Distracted By The Details … The Government Is Spying On ALL Of Your Digital Communications.
Kit Daniels | In other words, NSA hires its future scapegoat.
The Guardian | Legal advice given to MPs warns that British spy agency is ‘using gaps in regulation to commit serious crime with impunity.’
AFP | Former Norwegian minister nominated NSA contractor Edward Snowden for Nobel Peace Prize.
RT | Cryptography website Cryptome realized that the three redactions could be seen.
The New American | Surprise, surprise… Bush officials pushed for surveillance during Bush’s presidency.
Adan Salazar | “Traveling in US is a disgrace.”
Anthony Gucciardi | Mega banks caught tracking your every move online in deal with feds.
Thomas Lifson | American public has largely concluded that global warming predictions are not to be taken seriously.
Infowars.com | Predator B drone encounters unknown mechanical failure.