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andrewnapolitano.com

August 9, 2013

The heads of the nation's three top intelligence agencies said Thursday they strive to protect Americans' privacy in an evolving era of cybersecurity threats, electronic surveillance and concerns about government data-monitoring.

Since former government contract systems analyst Edward Snowden leaked classified documents about the National Security Agency's data-gathering in May, lawmakers and average Americans have re-engaged in debate over the boundaries between preventing terrorism and preserving Americans' privacy rights. Speaking at a cybersecurity conference, CIA Director John Brennan, FBI Director Robert Mueller and the NSA director, Gen. Keith Alexander, didn't directly address the agency's programs that sweep up swaths of data on phone and Internet use, including hundreds of millions of Americans' phone records. The officials spoke largely about malicious software attacks and other electronic intrusions.

examiner.com

August 8, 2013

If Rep. Steve King (R-IA) has his way, everything President Obama has signed into law would be repealed, and he is considering a bill to do just that, The Hill reported Wednesday.

"King put forward this suggestion to an Iowa audience on Tuesday, when he also reiterated his threat to sue the Obama administration for its June decision not to deport younger illegal immigrants," Pete Kasperowicz wrote. He also told a group of about 60 people in Humboldt County that he intends to sue the administration over an executive order stopping the deportation of certain illegal immigrants. ''I am bringing him to court and we're going to defend the Constitution of the United States and the separation of powers,'' he said.

rt.com

August 6, 2013

A massive computer outage at Sabre airline reservation system overnight was blamed for worldwide flight delays.

  Keep up with the news by installing RT's extension for . Never miss a story with this clean and simple app that delivers the latest headlines to you. live A massive computer outage at Sabre airline reservation system overnight was blamed for worldwide flight delays.

xrepublic.tv

August 2, 2013

Justin Amash Argues With AIPAC Stooge Over NSA Spying

businessinsider.com

July 31, 2013

Hackers pulls a William Wallace on NSA director, then calls bulls*** on him.

While Army Gen. Keith Alexander, the head of the National Security Agency, was barred from this year's DefCon hacker conference, Black Hat hacker conference welcomed him with open arms. Well, not everybody at the conference did. One hacker in particular, felt the need to interrupt Alexander's Wednesday morning presentation.

rt.com

July 31, 2013

The world is witnessing the creation of a new world order that involves the security state apparatus as an overwhelming force, Julian Assange said during his speech at OHM2013 Observe, Hack, Make conference.

"We are seeing the doubling of the power of the national security agency every four years," Assange said, adding that even some experts might not have "enough perspective about what is going on." Through the ever increasing networking, people are voluntary sharing their personal data and doing the work of the NSA for free, Assange stated. The recent revelation by the NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden confirmed that the security agency's operators are actually one click away from gaining access to any of billions of emails, online chats, or site visit histories without any proper justification of the request.

rt.com

July 30, 2013

The US government will declassify documents about the National Security Agency's surveillance programs in a "deliberate" attempt to provide the public with additional information after whistleblower Edward Snowden first revealed NSA spy tactics.

A senior US official told CNN about the US intelligence community's intended plans to declassify information, and said the documents could become available as early as this week. The official said the information includes "white papers" that provide comprehensive information on NSA surveillance programs, as well as previously undisclosed information about the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, which oversees requests for surveillance warrants. The source said that the plans are part of a "concerted" and "deliberate" effort to provide additional information about the classified programs at a time when congressional lawmakers are striving to bring an end to the agency's surveillance efforts. The "white papers" would help explain the scope of the program to Congress and the American public, which the NSA hopes would convince people to support continuing their data collection efforts, the source said.

rt.com

July 30, 2013

For the first time in almost a decade, the majority of Americans are more concerned about the government infringing on their civil liberties than about a potential terrorist attack, according to a new poll by Pew Research.

US citizens have traditionally responded to similar polls by saying the government has not yet gone far enough to protect the country from threats. But new results from Pew Research Center reveal that public opinion has drastically shifted - especially in the wake of NSA spying programs leaked by Edward Snowden nearly two months ago. Pew reported that "a majority of Americans - 56 per cent - say that federal courts fail to provide adequate limits on telephone and internet data [which] the government is collecting as part of its anti-terrorism efforts." An even larger percentage - 70 per cent - believes the government uses the data for "purposes other than investigating terrorism." Another 63 per cent believe "the government is also gathering information about the content of communications."

ijreview.com

July 29, 2013

Preach, Judge Jeanine.

xrepublic.tv

July 28, 2013

Glenn Greenwald: Low-Level NSA Analysts Have 'Powerful and Invasive' Search Tool

      

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