spying

CIA’s Secret Spy Tool Allegedly Helps Steal Data From NSA & FBI

Details of an alleged CIA project that allows the agency to secretly extract biometric data from liaison services such as the NSA, the DHS and the FBI have been published by WikiLeaks. Documents from the CIA’s ‘ExpressLane’ project were released by the whistleblowing organization as part of its ongoing ‘Vault 7’ series on the intelligence…

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How the CIA Spies on Your Everyday Life, According to WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks’ latest release from the Vault 7 series of CIA leaks, sheds more light on how ordinary people can be easily tracked and targeted by the US intelligence agency through everyday electronic devices. Since March 7, WikiLeaks has revealed CIA hacking techniques used to weaponize mobile phones, conduct surveillance via smart TVs, and load and…

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Declassified Documents Detail Scope of Illegal Spying Under Obama’s NSA

Under the Obama administration, the NSA and FBI illegally searched and disseminated raw intelligence on American citizens and failed to delete unauthorized intercepts, according to newly declassified documents obtained by the ACLU. The memos were released to the public on July 11 via Freedom of Information Act litigation spearheaded by the ACLU and shed light…

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Ron Paul Interviewing Edward Snowden is the Best Thing You’ll See All Week

“Saying that you don’t care about privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don’t care about freedom of speech because you have nothing to say.” That comment was made by famed whistleblower Edward Snowden during a recent interview on the Ron Paul Liberty Report. In his conversation with Dr.…

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James Comey, Other U.S. Officials Sued by Former Intelligence Contractor

[This article was updated to include more background information on Dennis Montgomery.] A former intelligence contractor has filed a lawsuit against former FBI Director James Comey and other U.S. officials for allegedly covering up evidence showing widespread illegal surveillance on Americans, Circa reports. The contractor, Dennis Montgomery, said he left his job with over 600…

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Google Is About to Start Tracking Your Offline Behavior, Too

It’s no secret that Google already monitors its users’ online shopping activity, but now it will follow them out of their homes and keep a close eye on every interaction they make. The tech giant announced a new system to track users’ in-store credit card purchases Tuesday in a statement published on the company’s official…

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New Revelations Shed Light on Extent of NSA Spying Under Obama

In the waning years of the Obama administration, the National Security Agency (NSA) swept up and reviewed the communications of Americans to an extent previously unknown, in direct violation of the Constitution and its own revised guidelines, recently unsealed documents reveal. The NSA is authorized to collect intelligence on foreigners under section 702 of the…

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Archimedes: WikiLeaks Drops Latest #Vault7 Batch Detailing Network Hacking Tool

A user manual describing an alleged CIA tool known as ‘Archimedes’, purportedly used to attack computers inside a Local Area Network (LAN), has been released by WikiLeaks. The latest batch is the seventh in the whistleblowing organization’s ‘Vault 7’ series. RELEASE: CIA ‘#Archimedes‘ system for exfiltration and browser hijacking. Includes manuals and binary signatures. https://t.co/XWr33GMGDN…

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Video: Surveillance State Business is Booming

Spying on Americans has become big business, and more and more companies want in on the profits. Joe Joseph explains in this News Shot. Watch on YouTube Source: Business Is Booming for the Surveillance State Delivered by The Daily Sheeple We encourage you to share and republish our reports, analyses, breaking news and videos (Click for…

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