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rt.com

July 27, 2013

Thousands of demonstrators have gathered across Germany in support of Edward Snowden and Bradley Manning, as German writers published an open letter to Chancellor Merkel demanding explanations over the country's involvement in the NSA spying program.

Protests were organized in at least 40 German cities, including Hamburg, Munich, and Berlin, with the largest rally taking place in Frankfurt. Participants responded to calls for demonstrations, which were initiated by a loose network calling itself #stopwatchingus. Demonstrators gathered for marches despite searing summer temperatures, some of them wearing tin foil hats to shield themselves from the sun. Others held posters in support of NSA intelligence leaker Edward Snowden.

ijreview.com

July 26, 2013

If this isn't a 'culture of corruption', I don't know what is.

During his economic address Wednesday, President Obama denounced the recent fixation on 'phony scandals', saying that we need to refocus on things that matter, like the economy. However, a large number of recent political scandals aren't phony; they're serious breaches of the public's trust, and ignoring them won't make them go away.

rt.com

July 24, 2013

The National Security Agency has invited certain members of Congress to a top secret, invitation only meeting to discuss a proposed amendment that could end the NSA's ability to conduct dragnet surveillance on millions of Americans.

A letter circulated only to select lawmakers early Tuesday announced that NSA Director General Keith B. Alexander would host a question and answer session with members of Congress in preparation of a Thursday vote on Capitol Hill expected to involve an amendment introduced last month by Rep. Justin Amash (R-Michigan). That amendment, a provision tacked along to a Department of Defense Appropriations Act along with nearly 100 others, aims to greatly diminish the NSA's domestic spying powers in the wake of disclosures attributed to Edward Snowden, a 30-year-old former employee of Booz Allen Hamilton currently fighting extradition to the US where he faces charges of espionage for his role in leaking state secrets.

rt.com

July 24, 2013

On the eve of a congressional discussion that may lend to ending the National Security Agency's mass collection of domestic phone records, the White House made the rare move late Tuesday of issuing a statement condemning proposed legislation.

White House press secretary Jay Carney said Tuesday evening that a bipartisan-supported amendment expected to go before a vote later this week would "hastily dismantle" a key counterterrorism tool used by the United States intelligence community if approved. The amendment, authored by Rep. Justin Amash (R-Michigan) and supported by democratic colleague Rep. John Conyers, would forbid the NSA from further interpreting Section 215 of the Patriot Act in the manner that has allowed the agency to routinely collect the daily phone records of millions of Americans for the past several years.

rt.com

July 23, 2013

Despite the ability to monitor the Internet and cell phone activities of millions, the National Security Agency says it lacks the technology necessary to sift through its own employees' personal email accounts, according to a new report.

The claim came in response from a Freedom of Information Act request sent by Justin Elliot, a reporter at Pro Publica seeking to identify to relationship between the NSA and the National Geographic Channel, which has aired what Pro Publica characterized as sympathetic documentaries on the secretive intelligence entity. "There's no central method to search an email at this time with the way our records are set up, unfortunately," NSA Freedom of Information Act officer Cindy Blacker told Elliot, adding that the current system is "a little antiquated and archaic." In a trailer for the National Geographic Channel documentary entitled Inside the NSA: America's Cyber Secrets, an NSA official described the agency as "energy central" and "the emergency room" to gain intelligence for American decision makers.

rt.com

July 23, 2013

Never mind the non-stop collection of metadata and other sneaky surveillance tools being implemented by the US: a new report has revealed the National Security Agency's spy powers allow the government to grab location data on just about anyone.

The technology was allegedly developed by the NSA in 2004 as part of the agency's cooperation with the military, the CIA and the clandestine Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC). By the time NSA analysts and data collectors have been helping them for three years to track down and kill "high value targets" among terrorist and militant groups in Afghanistan and later Iraq, according to a Washington Post report. The newspaper provides few further details on the technology, only saying that JSOC troops called it "The Find" and that it gave them thousands of new targets to track and attack. The article further describes how post-September 2001 the NSA made "a gigantic leap from using the nation's most sophisticated spy technology to record the words of presidents, kings and dictators to using it to kill a single man in a terrorist group."

informationisbeautiful.net

July 23, 2013

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eff.org

July 23, 2013

There's a fight brewing in Washington around NSA surveillance, and pro-privacy Representatives from both parties are taking the battle to the budget.

The House is gearing up for a vote on the Defense Appropriations Bill (basically, the budget for the Department of Defense) and a bipartisan coalition of Representatives will be introducing a novel amendment that attempts to strike at funding for one type of particularly egregious surveillance power of the NSA. EFF thinks this amendment is an important step in curbing the NSA's domestic surveillance and urges concerned citizens to call immediately to voice your support. You can call your Representative (look up your Representative by zip code here, or find the phone number here) or you can use the easy call-in tool at Defund the NSA, which lets you look up your Representative by zip code and gives you a sample script for the call.

rt.com

July 21, 2013

Der Speigel magazine has revealed German intelligence operated one of NSA's spying programs.

Chancellor Angela Merkel had denied any previous knowledge of NSA's tactics, adding that she first learned about them through the media. Germany's foreign intelligence service, the BND, along with the domestic intelligence agency the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV), used American National Security Agency's (NSA) XKeyScore program, according to Spiegel which claims to have seen the US intelligence service's secret documents.

xrepublic.tv

July 18, 2013

Greetings Californian State Senator Dianne Feinstein. We are Anonymous. Did you think that your actions against the citizens of this country would go unnoticed?

Did you think that we the people, would not respond to your gruesome dishonesty? We have been watching. In accordance with phase II of #Op NSA we have found you, Senator Feinstein, GUILTY Of supporting unconstitutional acts carried out by the Government and its agencies. Although the opinion of the FISA court that oversees the National Security Agency's operations is often not released to the public, we are now making it known to the public. While the public may have been kept in the dark; you, Senator Feinstein were fully aware of the FISA court's two thousand and eleven opinion. Eighty pages detailing how the National Security Agency's surveillance conduct is in direct violation of the fourth amendment of the United States Constitution as well as in excess of the limitations imposed by the statute: The FISA amendments act of two thousand and eight. When you told the American people that you have no knowledge of the National Security Agency's surveillance program, PRISM, of violating anyone's civil liberties or freedoms: You were lying.

      

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