Tag Archives: surveillance state

“Privacy,” the play …

Life after Snowden: Journalists’ new moral responsibility – Columbia Journalism Review At one point in the first act members of the audience with iPhones were asked to go through a number of steps—flipping through Settings> Privacy > Location Services > … Continue reading

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Chris Hedges tells it like it is: ignore him at your peril.

What Obama Really Meant Was … | Common Dreams Threats to the nation raised new legal and policy questions, which fortunately our courts, abject tools of the corporate state, solved by making lawful everything from torture to wholesale surveillance. I … Continue reading

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My phone company is standing up for your rights. Go, Credo!

Telecom Believed to Be at Center of Government Court Fight Files Surveillance Transparency Report | Threat Level | Wired.com Credo Mobile, the first telecom to release a transparency report, received just 15 requests for customer data pursuant to subpoena, summons … Continue reading

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