All posts tagged with Privacy & surveillance
06/06/2017 / By Ethan Huff

As the American media machine continues its baseless attacks against President Trump, lobbing unsubstantiated accusations against him on the daily

03/06/2017 / By News Editors

The Main Stream Media and other enemies of the current President are challenging the proposition that President Obama wire tapped

02/22/2017 / By Jayson Veley

The debate between liberty and security is one that the American people have been having for centuries. Indeed, Ben Franklin

01/03/2017 / By Don Wrightman

The British government’s mass surveillance powers have been severely undermined by The European Union’s top court. The new ruling could

09/18/2015 / By usafeaturesmedia

( Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones, have long been staples in the U.S. military’s arsenal and are increasingly being

09/14/2015 / By usafeaturesmedia

( Director of National Security James Clapper told a House panel Sept. 10 that cyber threats to U.S. military, civilian,

09/07/2015 / By usafeaturesmedia

( The FBI will send undercover agents to the annual Burning Man festival in Nevada to test new “intelligence collecting”

09/01/2015 / By usafeaturesmedia

( The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals has lifted a ban imposed by a lower court against a National Security

08/21/2015 / By usafeaturesmedia

( New revelations that the National Security Agency and telecom giant AT&T had a much deeper spy relationship than previously

08/18/2015 / By Chris Draper

The Fourth Amendment is under attack in an age of electronic surveillance and expanding government. The Email Privacy Act, H.R.

08/17/2015 / By nationalsecurity

Members of the United States Congress are patting themselves on the back for having passed a bill called the USA

08/17/2015 / By nationalsecurity

In recent days, there has been much discussion about passed legislation called the USA Freedom Act, a law that reportedly

08/17/2015 / By nationalsecurity

President Obama has recently signed legislation called the USA Freedom Act, which seeks to put limits on how much personal

08/17/2015 / By nationalsecurity

An Eritrean-born American citizen has filed suit against the FBI, alleging the agency was responsible for having him detained and


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