The Cost of NSA Spying On the U.S. Economy Is “Incalculable”
Spying Is Destroying the U.S. Economy.
by Washington's Blog
Edward Snowden's Libertarian Moment: We "Will Remove From Governments The Ability To Interfere With [Our] Rights"
A full-throated defense of classical liberal and libertarian theorizing.
by Nick Gillespie

Moscow-Based Security Firm Reveals What May Be The Biggest NSA "Backdoor Exploit" Ever
Since 2001, a group of hackers – dubbed the “Equation Group” by researchers from Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab – have infected computers in at least 42 countries.
by Zero Hedge
Editor of Major German Newspaper Says He Planted Stories for the CIA
He accepted news stories written and given to him by the CIA and published them under his own name.
by Ralph Lopez

UK Government Announces Plan to Remotely Control Vehicles
State to seize control of cars via wi-fi sensors to reduce “traffic congestion” & global warming.
by Paul Joseph Watson
Edward Snowden: Apple iPhone with Secret iFeature Allows Government to Spy on You
Apple’s iPhone has “special software” that authorities can activate remotely.
by Aaron Mamiit

Harvard Prof: Government Mosquito Drones Will Extract Your DNA
“Privacy is dead,” academic tells Davos elite.
by Paul Joseph Watson
Samsung Responds to Privacy Concerns Over TVs Recording "Personal" Conversations
Private communications being sent to government?
by Paul Joseph Watson

‘Core secrets’ exposed: NSA used undercover agents in foreign companies
To infiltrate foreign networks and gain access to sensitive systems, the NSA has been using the tactics of “physical subversion”.
by RT
School: "Foreign Connection" Led To NSA 'Tip Off', Mass Spying Program
“Very often we find unfortunately that young people have evil intentions”.
by Steve Watson

Mystery Deepens Over Cell 'Interceptors' Found Near White House, Senate
A company that sells secure mobile phones has found more than a dozen “interceptor” cellphone towers in Washington, D.C.
by Truth Revolt
Mystery Surrounds Unexplained Cellphone Tower in NC
Tower not being used by any major communications company.
by Paul Joseph Watson

Irate NSA Staffer Doesn't Like Being Filmed in Public, for Some Reason
Be careful if you catch an NSA staffer in the wild.
by John Cook
NSA, GCHQ have secret access to German telecom networks – report
US and UK intelligence services have secret access points for German telecom companies’ internal networks, Der Spiegel reports.
by RT

Spy court renews NSA metadata program
The federal court overseeing spy agencies on Friday reauthorized the National Security Agency’s controversial bulk collection of Americans’ phone records.
by Julian Hattem
iPhone 6 'Apple Pay' Fingerprint System Stokes "Mark of the Beast" Fears
Twitter explodes with concerns over biblical warning.
by Paul Joseph Watson