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nydailynews.com

July 18, 2013

East Germany's secret police was an entirely different - and far more dangerous - animal

At its height, the Staatssicherheit, or Stasi, employed one full-time agent for every 63 East German citizens. Taking into account unofficial informers, one out of every seven people in the communist country collaborated, in some capacity, with the secret police. There is probably no population, in all of human history, which lived under greater surveillance than those citizens of the former German Democratic Republic. These numbers are important to keep in mind as many rush to draw comparisons between America's National Security Agency and the late German spy service.

bbc.co.uk

July 17, 2013

A 'master key' that could give cyber-thieves open access to almost any Android phone has been discovered by security researchers.

The bug could be exploited to let an attacker do what they want to a phone including stealing data, eavesdropping or using it to send junk messages. The loophole has been present in every version of the Android operating system released since 2009. Google said it currently had no comment to make on BlueBox's discovery. Writing on the BlueBox blog, Jeff Forristal, said the implications of the discovery were "huge". The bug emerges because of the way Android handles cryptographic verification of the programs installed on the phone.

rt.com

July 15, 2013

A Swedish sociology professor has nominated Edward Snowden for the Nobel Peace Prize.

He says the NSA whistleblower could help "save the prize from the disrepute incurred by the hasty and ill-conceived decision" to give the 2009 award to Barack Obama. In his letter addressed to the Norwegian Nobel Committee, Stefan Svallfors praised Snowden for his "heroic effort at great personal cost." He stated that by revealing the existence and the scale of the US surveillance programs, Snowden showed "individuals can stand up for fundamental rights and freedoms."

xrepublic.tv

July 14, 2013

Abby Martin takes a closer look at the death of award winning journalist Michael Hastings, featuring interviews with Michael's close friend, Joe Biggs, who suspects his death was not an accident, and Kimberly Dvorak, an investigative journalist who has been conducting an investigation into the anomalies despite stonewalling from the LAPD.

rt.com

July 12, 2013

In the wake of NSA leaker Edward Snowden's recent revelations, the Obama administration may be willing to backtrack on some of its more notorious surveillance policies, Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) told reporters.

The long-time member of the Senate Intelligence Committee said Thursday that privacy and civil liberties advocates could be on the verge of "making a comeback" due to the blowback caused by recent leaked national security documents. Speaking to the New York Times this week on the effect leaked documents attributed to former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden have had on the United States, Sen. Wyden said he imagines the White House is willing to reconsider the current surveillance policies in place that have sparked widespread protest and criticism in recent weeks.

benswann.com

July 12, 2013

CBS News is reporting that a retired U.S. Marine, Gen. James Cartwright, is being investigated for leaking information regarding the 2010 cyberattack on Iran's nuclear facilities involving the Stuxnet computer virus.

Wired describes Stuxnet as the "world's first real cyberweapon." But as the Obama administrations continues its war on whistleblowers, it's time to call into question why informing citizens of what their government is doing is considered a crime. The Stuxnet virus was created and deployed, most believe by the U.S. and Israel, with the intention of disrupting 1,000 Iranian nuclear centrifuges.

reuters.com

July 11, 2013

Microsoft Corp worked closely with U.S. intelligence services to help them intercept users' communications, including letting the National Security Agency circumvent email encryption, the Guardian reported on Thursday.

Citing top-secret documents provided by former U.S. spy contractor Edward Snowden, the UK newspaper said Microsoft worked with the Federal Bureau of Investigations and the NSA to ease access via Prism - an intelligence-gathering program uncovered by the Guardian last month - to cloud storage service SkyDrive. Microsoft also helped the Prism program collect video and audio of conversations conducted via Skype, Microsoft's online chat service, the newspaper added.

torrentfreak.com

July 10, 2013

Pirate Bay founder Peter Sunde is working on a new messaging platform that will be impossible to spy on, even by the people who operate the network.

Using end-to-end encryption in combination with a user-friendly interface, Heml.is hopes to cater to the demands of millions of privacy-concerned Internet users. "In this day and age we can't do without encryption," Sunde tells TorrentFreak. Over the past month the PRISM scandal has dominated the news, with many people calling for stronger privacy protections as a result. While it may not come as a complete surprise that nearly all communication on the Internet is monitored and stored, the revelations have brought talks about encrypted communication to the mainstream.

prlog.org

July 7, 2013

The Al Jazeera news agency is reporting that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has safely landed in Caracas, Venezuela.

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro had offered asylum to the former U.S. intelligence contractor on Friday who was believed to be waiting in transit at a Moscow airport. Guillermo Thomas who is a spokesman for the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela told aljazeera.com that Snowden is currently in the country and that he is thrilled to be there. "We are very blessed to have Mr. Snowden in our country, it is a pleasure," Thomas said. "There were no direct flights across the Atlantic from Moscow to Venezuela. The only flight for Snowden to avoid U.S. extradition was to travel through Cuba. We would like to thank our friends in Cuba for making this journey possible and such a success." Thomas continued, "Mr. Snowden is a hero and should be treated as one. We are pleased to provide this hero a home where he can live and be safe."

chronicle.su

July 5, 2013

Edward Snowden, the whistleblower who recently unveiled the NSA's ubiquitous PRISM wiretapping program, unveiled yet another insidious, citizen-targeting surveillance system Friday afternoon, in a chat with Internet Chronicle reporters.

SAURON, or the Semi-Autonomous Ultra-high-Resolution Orbital Network, is comprised of a series of hundreds of low-orbiting cameras that can make out objects on the ground as small as 1 centimeter in size. There are so many satellites in this network that they are able to effectively monitor the entire planet's populated surface without interruption. According to slides Snowden shared, taken from the NSA presentation on SAURON, each spy satellite feeds directly into a data bank so large that it is able to retain the captured imagery indefinitely. SAURON is also a reference to a villain in J.R.R. Tolkien's "Lord of the Rings" trilogy, an evil god of discord who appears in the material world as an ever-searching eye.

      

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