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io9.com

January 6, 2014

This is a terrific presentation from tech researcher and journalist Jacob Appelbaum. At December's Chaos Computer Congress in Hamburg, he presented the latest documented revelations about how deep the NSA spying rabbit hole really goes.

Appelbaum timed his talk to come out at the same time as a Der Spiegel article detailing the discovery of an NSA group called TAO, which helps the agency spy on citizens' private computers - even intercepting computer deliveries to add backdoors to targeted people's machines. Working with the German news magazine, Appelbaum carefully explains what he found and how it affects ordinary people around the world. The extreme overzealousness of the NSA's spying programs has been revealed bit by bit in the wake of whistleblower Edward Snowden's revelations last year. Now, even conservative politicians like Republican Sen. Rand Paul are saying that the NSA is going too far. Paul recently threatened to sue the federal government for spying on its own citizens.

benswann.com

by Ezra Van Auken

January 6, 2014

While the political field's libertarian faction in Washington and abroad remains one of the most ideologically consistent, which doesn't say much considering the field is largely embodied with snakes and demagogues, it seems lately that libertarianism and the groups involved politically with libertarianism are doing just what the rest of politics has been doing: selling out ideological principle for the gain of political capital. Libertarianism is facing new hurdles in government, specifically the National Security Agency (NSA) surveillance leaks, as well as Edward Snowden's legal conditions. Although unwarranted NSA spying and mass data collection is, for the most part, ironed out by libertarians as something they oppose, Edward Snowden's legal conditions are apparently not. Senator Rand Paul has awkwardly made it clear that Snowden deserves time in a cell, alongside National Intelligence (NI) director James Clapper.

blog.tenthamendmentcenter.com

by Mike Maharrey

January 5, 2014

California has entered the fray to stop unconstitutional NSA spying. On Monday, Sen. Ted Lieu (D-Torrance) and Sen. Joel Anderson (R-San Diego) introduced the Fourth Amendment Protection Act to prohibit any state support of the NSA.

"State-funded public resources should not be going toward aiding the NSA or any other federal agency from indiscriminate spying on its own citizens and gathering electronic or metadata that violates the Fourth Amendment," Lieu said. Based on model legislation drafted by the OffNow coalition, SB828 prohibits the state of California and its subdivisions from "Providing material support, participation or assistance in any form to a federal agency that claims the power, by virtue of any federal law, rule, regulation or order, to collect electronic data or metadata of any person pursuant to any action not based on a warrant that particularly describes the person, place and thing to be searched or seized." It also bars any state funding to the NSA or any entity supporting it in the state.

kentucky.com

by Saturday Afternoon

January 4, 2014

By Saturday, more than 250,000 people had signed on to the class-action lawsuit U.S. Sen. Rand Paul plans to file against the Obama administration over the National Security Agency's (NSA) collection of data through domestic surveillance programs.

Paul, R-Bowling Green, had been contemplating the effort for several months and announced it Friday night when appearing on Hannity on Fox News. The senator said he hopes to take the suit against President Barack Obama and the NSA "all the way to the Supreme Court" on the issue of "whether or not constitutionally you can have a single warrant apply to millions of people." Paul, who saw his national profile skyrocket early last year when he filibustered the nomination of CIA director John Brennan over domestic drone use, said he thinks "everybody in American who has a cell phone would be eligible for this class-action suit."

benswann.com

December 30, 2013

Leaked documents now show what we all suspected: the NSA can turn your iPhone's microphone and camera on and off without you knowing.

"The NSA's ANT division develops implants for mobile phones and SIM cards. One of these is a spyware implant called "DROPOUTJEEP" - designed for the first generation of iPhones - which was still in development in 2008, shortly after the iPhone's launch. This spyware was to make it possible to remotely download or upload files to a mobile phone. It would also, according to the catalog, allow the NSA to divert text messages, browse the user's address book, intercept voicemails, activate the phone's microphone and camera at will, determine the current cell site and the user's current location, "etc." ANT's technicians also develop modified mobile phones, for use in special cases that look like normal, standard devices, but transmit various pieces of information to the NSA - that can be swapped undetected with a target's own mobile phone or passed to informants and agents. In 2008, ANT had models from Eastcom and Samsung on offer, and it has likely developed additional models since."

businessinsider.com

December 23, 2013

Declassified documents prove them.

We all know the conspiracy theories - the government's plan for 9/11, the second gunman who shot JFK, the evolution of the elite from a race of blood-drinking, shape-shifting lizards. But the people who spread these ideas usually can't prove them. As the years pass, however, secrets surface. Government documents become declassified. We now have evidence of certain elaborate government schemes right here in the U.S. of A.

thelibertydigest.com

by Truman Jackson

December 1, 2013

It's called Operation Kill Switch, and it was actually constructed under President George W. Bush, but President Barack Hussein Obama's administration is being called to the mat to explain it.

Probably because Hussein Obama has an itchy Kill Switch finger, and is ready to push the button. Basically, Operation Kill Switch mandated that the U.S. Government make ready a plan that will cut off all internet and cell phone communications in one fell swoop. And the U.S. Government has created just such an ability. In November, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that the Department of Homeland Security must make its plan to shut off the internet and cellphone communications available to the American public. The government has until December 12 to do so, or the Department of Homeland Security can file for an extension of the date to reveal just how Kill Switch works. Knowing the U.S. Government and how much they really care about the people they are supposed to represent (yes, that was a joke) expect an extension.

reason.com

by Katherine Mangu-Ward

November 30, 2013

NSA surveillance abuses

After a report in August revealed more than 3,000 violations of privacy rules by employees of the National Security Agency (NSA) in a one-year period, NSA Chief Compliance Officer John DeLong hurried to reassure reporters that only "a couple of" those infractions were willful. Pressed to clarify about what happened in those cases, the NSA admitted that it knew about several instances where employees were using the agency's incredible spying power to check in on the communications of overseas love interests. The agency jokingly refers to these violations as LOVEINT, a play on the operation names for HUMINT (human intelligence) and SIGINT (signal intelligence). Backers of the NSA's controversial digital surveillance practices were inclined to brush off concerns about these "isolated incidents."

usatoday.com

November 27, 2013

NSA found vulnerabilities including "viewing sexually explicit material online" and "using sexually explicit persuasive language when communicating with inexperienced young girls," HuffPo reports

The National Security Agency collected evidence of online sexual activity and visits to pornographic websites as part of a proposed plan to harm the reputations of six people the agency considered "radicalizers," the Huffington Post reported, citing documents released by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. The targets, all Muslims, are described in the document as examples of how "personal vulnerabilities" can be learned through electronic surveillance, and then exploited to undermine a target's credibility, reputation and authority, HuffPo said in its report. Among the vulnerabilities are "viewing sexually explicit material online" and "using sexually explicit persuasive language when communicating with inexperienced young girls," according to the NSA document, dated Oct. 3, 2012.

benswann.com

by Joshua Cook

November 23, 2013

How to hack Healthcare.gov? Just ask cyber security professional and "white hat hacker" David Kennedy.

Low enrollment might be a blessing in disguise for the Obama administration after it was announced that the Affordable Care Act's website, healthcare.gov, has flawed security and puts users at high risk for having their data stolen by hackers. According to ABC News, Internet security professionals met with Congress Nov. 19 to expose their security findings and warned that, in its current state, healthcare.gov should be taken off line until it's free of security flaws.

      

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