'Smart' Street Lights to "Track Everything We Do All the Time"
CBS News report touts benefits of new LED technology.
by Paul Joseph Watson
Top NSA Officials: U.S. Has Turned Into Stasi Germany or Soviet Union
What the Heck Happened to America?
by Washington's Blog

"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
Intel Developing "Kill Switch" For Laptops
Disturbing prospect given company’s link with NSA.
by Paul Joseph Watson

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
New leaks show Germany's collusion with NSA
Did the German government deliberately soften laws protecting privacy to make life easier for the NSA?
by Deutsche Welle 

USPS Explores Attaching Electronic Sensors to Your Mail
Postal service wants to join “Internet of Things.”
by Paul Joseph Watson
All New Android & Windows Phones Will Have 'Kill Switch'
New power could be used to stifle dissent.
by Paul Joseph Watson

Medical Drug-Pumping Microchip Plan to be Carried out by 2017
Christina Sarich | These implanted drug-reservoir chips will be controlled remotely.

by Christina Sarich

10 Examples Of How “Big Brother” Is Steadily Creeping Into Our Daily Lives
Michael Snyder | Virtually everything that you do is being watched.

by Michael Snyder

LA County Sheriff Admits Big Brother Is Here "But We Kept It Pretty Hush Hush"
Zero Hedge | If it’s adopted, Americans can be policed like Iraqis and Afghanis under occupation.

by Zero Hedge

Company Fires Employee for Tweeting That 'Bigot' Sterling Had Right to Private Opinion
Truth Revolt | “Here’s an unpopular opinion.”

by Truth Revolt

The Shaky Legal Foundation of NSA Surveillance on Americans
The Atlantic | What the final clause of the Fourth Amendment means in interpreting the government’s rights.

by The Atlantic

Google Will No Longer Scan Student Gmail Accounts
Ubergizmo | Students will no doubt welcome Google’s decision to stop scanning their account.

by Ubergizmo

DHS Fusion Center: Photographer Covered By 1st Amendment, We Just Don’t Like His Attitude
Tech Dirt | “This subject is exercising his first amendment rights, however the manner in which he lures the officers in is concerning.”

by Tech Dirt

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Steve Watson | Sad state of affairs as the only meaningful media questioning of mass surveillance comes from Daily Show Offshoot.

by Steve Watson