This week on the New World Next Week: Congress just passed a bill allowing ISPs to sell your search history; the Russian hacking story is falling apart at the seams; and liberty takes to the seas. New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the […]
This week on the New World Next Week: new tech aims to authenticate citizen journalist footage; the NSA pretends to shut down its metadata collection program; and a group proposes a third amendment challenge to the NSA. New World Next Week — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of […]
Andrew Demeter of Teen Take interviews John McAfee, on issues of privacy and security. “Security is an illusion… We don’t get out of life alive — none of us, so there can be no absolute security. That’s the certainty,” McAfee told Demeter. Follow Andrew on Twitter More on McAfee’s projects here
On Point with Charlie McGrath of Wide Awake News. Sources: FBI chief: ‘Be suspicious’ of government power This is a perfect example of how the government wastes billions of dollars NSA reform legislation ‘watered down’?
“State of Surveillance” examines new technologies police departments are using to fight crime and the civil liberties concerns raised by these tools. Law enforcement agencies say that many of the technologies make it easier to solve and, in some cases, even prevent crime. But privacy advocates warn that expanded databases could become dragnets that are […]
The U.S. Government has turned the Internet into something it was never intended to be: a system for spying on us in our most private moments. Out of control government surveillance is a dangerous form of censorship. Don’t be intimidated. Share this video. Narrated by Evangeline Lilly Brought to you by Fight for the Future […]
The Department of Homeland Security’s latest surveillance tool is the Biometric Optical Surveillance System, or BOSS, and consists of two cameras that are capable of taking stereoscopic images of people’s faces. Facial recognition technology matches the 3-D pictures captured and compares them to images stored in the system’s database, like driver’s license photos. Privacy advocates […]
Web users’ online communications may be about to get a wider and possibly unwanted audience. The FBI is seeking more powers to spy on people’s emails and internet chats in real time. The proposals have already been met with criticism, that they are a complete breach of privacy.
Apple’s co-founder fears that freedom of information is under attack, with the internet controlled and regulated in unnecessary and harmful ways. RT talked to Steve Wozniak on a range of topics, from Wikileaks to Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom.
I. Introduction Social media platforms are changing the way organizations are communicating to the public Conversations are happening all the time and everywhere. There is need for the Communications Group to be timely and proactively aware of the reactions and opinions expressed by the general public as it relates to the Federal Reserve and its […]
What kind of data is your cell phone company collecting? Malte Spitz wasn’t too worried when he asked his operator in Germany to share information stored about him. Multiple unanswered requests and a lawsuit later, Spitz received 35,830 lines of code — a detailed, nearly minute-by-minute account of half a year of his life. Malte […]