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Snowden Bombshell Six Years On: Has Anything Changed?
Snowden Bombshell Six Years On: Has Anything Changed?
June 13, 2019

Six years ago undercover CIA officer and NSA contractor Edward Snowden came out from the shadows to reveal that he was responsible for the greatest leak of secret government information in US history. Americans learned that the government was not spying on terrorists to keep us safe, but was actually much more interested in spying on us.

Prime Minister May and the Huawei Scandal
May 7, 2019

Last Wednesday, Senior U.K. Cabinet ministers were hauled before a leak inquiry to determine who was responsible for the unprecedented reporting of highly secret discussions concerning national security. Gavin Williamson was found to be guilty by an investigation of Theresa May’s instigation. Her letter to Williamson was not unambiguous – it categorically stated he was guilty. There was no margin for misunderstanding. As Williamson heads to the backbenches, May has made a new enemy – one who was a party whip – with all the secrets that role comes with.

Prime Minister May and the Huawei Scandal
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Snowden Reveals Extent of Canada’s Spying on Behalf of NSA
Snowden Reveals Extent of Canada’s Spying on Behalf of NSA
February 11, 2019

The revelations from Edward Snowden include a document that outlines how Canada is much closer spying partner to the US as it previously thought.

The NSA Continues to Abuse Americans by Intercepting Their Telephone Calls
May 8, 2018

One of the few positive things in the ill-named USA FREEDOM Act, enacted in 2015 after the Snowden revelations on NSA domestic spying, is that it required the Director of National Intelligence to regularly report on its domestic surveillance activities. On Friday, the latest report was released on just how much our own government is spying on us. The news is not good at all if you value freedom over tyranny.

The NSA Continues to Abuse Americans by Intercepting Their Telephone Calls
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US crassness in Russia spat goes back to Snowden humiliation
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US crassness in Russia spat goes back to Snowden humiliation
September 5, 2017

In case it has escaped your notice, the diplomatic tit-for-tat between Moscow and Washington has become deadly serious. After vacating all staff, on Saturday US authorities took control of three Russian diplomatic facilities, in San Francisco, Washington and New York. The US State Department has said it will control all access to the buildings and take responsibility for security and maintenance at the sites.

FBI vs. Apple is Really About Snowden
March 1, 2016

The fight between Apple and the FBI has been framed as an epic battle between big tech and big government. Apple, says the Obama Administration, is siding with “its business model and public brand marketing strategy” ahead of public safety. That’s not it, says Apple CEO Tim Cook. He says his company is “a staunch advocate for our customers’ privacy and personal safety.”

FBI vs. Apple is Really About Snowden
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Is Obama the Worst President Ever?
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Is Obama the Worst President Ever?
September 4, 2015

President Barack Obama is on track to go down in history as one of the, or perhaps as the worst and most criminal presidents in US history.

NSA has become a rogue elephant
July 6, 2015

The National Security Agency, which has billed itself as merely an agency that collects and analyzes foreign signals intelligence and seeks to protect U.S. communications and computer networks from surveillance, has embarked on missions that take it into the territory of lawlessness and rogue operations. 

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