Tag: Domestic Surveillance

NSA Reports They ‘May’ Have Broken Some Laws Over the Past Decade

This week, the NSA finally (and voluntarily) served up their first piece of humble pie after a year-and-a-half of near total silence on the matter of their own internal advisory practices and oversight. The delectable treat, which took the form of a series of quarterly and annual reports which were submitted to the President’s Intelligence […]


Verizon Launches Sponsored Tech Site…With a Catch

Earlier this week, reporter Patrick Howell O’Neill of The Daily Dot posted a story about Verizon’s newest online venture: SugarString.com, which will serve as a technology news website and aggregator targeted at any users who only enjoy reading their content after its been passed through with the fine-toothed comb of corporate influence and government-level redaction […]

New Whistleblower Following in Snowden’s Footsteps

And Thomas Drake, Mark Klein. Rustle Tice. Earlier this morning, Glenn Greenwald revealed the existence of freshly leaked classified documents in his publication The Intercept which have furthered indicted the NSA in a series of scandals fueled by illegal domestic surveillance on U.S citizens. The hot-off-the-presses leaks go into extensive detail about the existence of […]