'We Should Put A Metal Detector On The Other Side': The Laughable Waste Of TSA Body Scanners
Agency continues to crack down on Americans despite total lack of success.
by Timothy Giegner
Obama Says Guns Worse Than Terrorism
Makes comments hours after shooting in Virginia.
by Truth Revolt

Fort Bragg Troops Train for Domestic Emergency: “This Exercise Is About the Home Front”
Ostensibly, and on the surface, they are trained to “help out” with things like natural disasters, floods and hurricanes.
by Mac Slavo
The Way GCHQ Obliterated The Guardian’s Laptops May Have Revealed More Than It Intended
Attack on right of the press more revealing than previously thought.
by Jenna McLaughlin

Malaysia To Introduce RFID Tracking For Every Vehicle
Implemented nationwide by the Road Transport Department.
by Glyn Moody
First State Legalizes Taser Drones for Cops, Thanks to a Lobbyist
North Dakota police will be free to fire “less than lethal” weapons from the air thanks to the influence of Big Drone.
by Justin Glawe

DOJ Dismisses Case After Court Explains That Feds Can't Just Grab Someone's Laptop At The Border
Next time, maybe don’t violate the 4th Amendment.
by Mike Masnick
Government Spying “Worse than Orwell”
Current surveillance is far beyond an Orwellian state.
by Washington's Blog

United Nations “concerned” over AT&T allowing NSA to spy on diplomats
UN will discuss the spying issue with AT&T.
by Jennifer Abel
Jeb Bush Claims That Creating Encryption Harms America
“If you create encryption, it makes it harder for the American government to do its job.”
by Mike Masnick

Surveillance Society: Students easy targets for data miners
Policy allows unfettered data collection.
by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Eavesdropping App Will Turn Your Smartphone into a Virtual PA
“The system is trained to identify individual human speakers, recognise emotion and detect stress.”
by New Scientist

Former SLC mayor sues NSA, George W. Bush and Dick Cheney over 2002 Olympic spying
Anderson accused NSA and Bush administration of blanket surveillance over everyone in Salt Lake City.
by Fox News
Ashley Madison hack could mean trouble for some feds, troops
6,788 addresses ending in “us.army.mil.”
by Kevin Lilley

Snowden Documents Reveal AT&T’s "Extreme Willingness to Help" NSA Domestic Spy Program
Company supplied access to billions of emails.
by Democracty Now!
Yelp Partners with Feds, Offers “Citizen Insights” of TSA
Effort to monitor government opposition.
by Kurt Nimmo