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New Report Released Detailing Illegal Actions of NSA Program

New Report Released Detailing Illegal Actions of NSA Program   A report from a watchdog group has concluded that the National Security Agency’s program that collected phone call records is illegal, aided slightly in counterterrorism efforts and should be stopped, according to The New York Times.   The report is supposed…>read more

No Comment January 23, 2014

Supreme Court Justices Want Nothing to do with Technology

Supreme Court Justices Want Nothing to do with Technology   When discussing technology and the Supreme Court, the two are not hand-in-hand at all. In fact, a photocopier did not arrive at the Supreme Court until 1969, a couple of years after the technology was released to the public,…>read more

No Comment January 8, 2014

FISC Reapproves the NSA Surveillance Program

FISC Reapproves the NSA Surveillance Program   The secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) reapproved the NSA phone metadata collection program this week, following two diverging opinions in separate federal courts concerning the constitutionality of the program. A spokesman for the Office of the Director of…>read more

No Comment January 5, 2014

Editorials from The New York Times and The Guardian Request Clemency for Edward Snowden

Editorials from The New York Times and The Guardian Request Clemency for Edward Snowden   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…>read more

No Comment January 2, 2014

Federal Court Rules NSA Phone Surveillance Is Legal

Federal Court Rules NSA Phone Surveillance Is Legal   While earlier this month, the U.S. District Court Judge Richard Leon had ruled that the NSA surveillance program may be unconstitutional, now U.S. District Judge William H. Pauley II has ruled the NSA surveillance program is legal, making the…>read more

No Comment December 28, 2013

Edward Snowden says, ‘Mission Accomplished, I Already Won.’

Edward Snowden says, ‘Mission Accomplished, I Already Won.’       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…>read more

No Comment December 24, 2013

Federal Judge Casts Doubt on the Constitutionality of NSA’s Mass Surveillance

Federal Judge Casts Doubt on the Constitutionality of NSA’s Mass Surveillance   Judge Richard Leon of the US District Court for the District of Columbia has created a stir by becoming the first judge to cast doubt upon the constitutionality of the NSA’s mass collection of the telephone records of millions…>read more

No Comment December 17, 2013

NSA Spies on the Porn Habits of Islamic Radicals

NSA Spies on the Porn Habits of Islamic Radicals   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.…>read more

No Comment November 29, 2013

After Germany, Spain Summons US Ambassador Over NSA Spying

After Germany, Spain Summons US Ambassador Over NSA Spying The world leaders seem to be quite upset over NSA spying, as after Germany, it now seems to be the turn of Spain to summon the US Ambassador for explanations to NSA spying.   And all this continues to happen…>read more

No Comment October 28, 2013

Chancellor Merkel’s Trust for the U.S. Diminished

Chancellor Merkel’s Trust for the U.S. Diminished     German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s trust in the U.S. has clearly diminished because of the U.S. National Security Agency, and their apparent eavesdropping on her cell phone. When Merkel reached the summit of leaders of the European Union in…>read more

No Comment October 24, 2013

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