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Summary: The general counsel for Microsoft, Brad Smith, has decried the privacy ‘arms race’ in this country and has filed three lawsuits on behalf of the company. During a forum at Harvard Law School, Brad Smith said that we need to…>read moreNo Comment November 5, 2014
On Tuesday, Google released a source code for a new extension for its Chrome browser that makes it easier for users to encrypt email messages, according to The New York Times. The extension is called End-to-End and it uses open-source…>read moreNo Comment June 4, 2014
The Obama administration has been urged by editorials from The Guardian and The New York Times to help Edward Snowden by offering him clemency of some type, according to a report from the Huffington Post. Roughly seven months ago, Snowden…>read moreNo Comment January 2, 2014
Edward Snowden said during an interview online Monday night, that his “mission’s already accomplished” and that he was satisfied with stories being written about the government collecting internet and phone records that has dramatically increased sine the September 11th, 2001…>read moreNo Comment December 24, 2013
The list of revelations that traitor Edward Snowden thankfully revealed to the public regarding the NSA’s use and misuse of their authority under the Patriot Act to fight terrorism continues to come to light. A further document, dated Oct. 3,…>read moreNo Comment November 29, 2013
Guest Post By: Mychal Wilson, Whistleblower and Entertainment Attorney at MychalWilsonEsq.com Mr. Edward Snowden may have believed he was a hero “doing the right thing” while blowing the whistle on his military defense employer Booze Allen Hamilton and the National…>read moreNo Comment September 30, 2013
With all the recent leaks by Snowden and others about the NSA and how it has been spying on so many American citizens, we wanted to find out how people around the country felt about this. We wanted to know…>read moreNo Comment September 30, 2013
The Justice Department has agreed to declassify portions of its Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court opinions. Specifically, as of Tuesday, they will make public a section of their documents that the government used to interpret Section 215 of the Patriot Act,…>read moreNo Comment September 6, 2013
An internal audit has found that the National Security Agency has overstepped its authority ever since Congress granted the agency broad new powers, according to the Washington Post. The details of the infractions include surveillance that was unauthorized of both Americans…>read moreNo Comment August 16, 2013
In his first disclosive video on June 10, government snitch and federal whistleblower Edward Snowden claimed that “I, sitting at my desk,” could “wiretap anyone, from you or your accountant, to a federal judge or even the president, if I…>read more1 Comment July 31, 2013
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