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Webcam Spying: All the Gov Surveillance Agencies are Doing It

  Source: http://www.occupycorporatism.com By Susanne Posel Occupy Corporatism Webcam Spying: All the Gov Surveillance Agencies are Doing It     Apparently the GCHQ, the British equivalent to the National Security Agency (NSA) has been watching millions of Yahoo users with their webcams. Documents given to the press by Edward Snowden state that this scheme called […]

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Ben Swann – NSA’s Criminal Activity

Ben Swann – NSA’s Criminal Activity Click Here For The Full Transcript Of This Full Disclosure Episode Published on Jun 20, 2013 http://benswann.com/nsas-criminal-act… http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/4… Ben Swann Full Disclosure is asking the questions the rest of the media is ignoring. Even by the overreaching standards of the Patriot Act, Ben Swann demonstrates how the NSA’s Prism […]


WHICH INTERNET COMPANY HASN’T GIVEN THE U.S. GOVERNMENT ITS RECORDS?

Source: https://startpage.com   WHICH INTERNET COMPANY HASN’T GIVEN THE U.S. GOVERNMENT ITS RECORDS?   NEW YORK: Outraged Internet users searching for an alternative to the privacy-busting companies they’d trusted are turning to a company that provides what it calls, “the world’s most private search engines.” StartPage and its sister search engine Ixquick were launched in […]

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Second NSA PRISM Spy Leak Shows Govt, Tech Companies Are Lying to You

Source: http://www.storyleak.com By Anthony Gucciardi Second NSA PRISM Spy Leak Shows Govt, Tech Companies Are Lying to You     A second leaked slide from the NSA’s top secret PRISM operation details how the NSA actually goes straight to the servers of top tech companies like Skype and Google in order to compile your personal […]


Which companies help protect your data from the government (An important infographic)

Source:  http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org By Nick Sorrentino The folks at the Electronic Frontier Foundation do such good work. Everyone who cares about freedom in the online world should send them a check (or some bitcoin.) Click here for the article from Reason. ### See where the companies you use stand regarding your internet freedom.

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Yahoo Voice hack leaks 450,000 usernames and passwords

Source: http://www.rawstory.com By Charles Arthur, The Guardian Usernames and unencrypted passwords posted online after hack attack on Yahoo Voice network More than 450,000 usernames and unencrypted passwords appear to have been stolen from Yahoo Voice, a user-contribution services on Yahoo’s network, and posted online. Similar attacks have been reported separately against other online services, including […]


How Microsoft and Yahoo Are Selling Politicians Access to You

Source: http://www.propublica.org By Lois Beckett Microsoft and Yahoo are selling political campaigns the ability to target voters online with tailored ads using names, Zip codes and other registration information that users provide when they sign up for free email and other services. The Web giants provide users no notification that their information is being used […]


This Week in Censorship: News from Iran, India, Vietnam, and China

Source: https://www.eff.org By Maira Sutton Iran: Authorities Seeking Information on Censorship Tools The Islamic Republic of Iran has recently become notorious for its efforts to create a “halal” Internet. This week, a security researcher found that Iranian authorities published a “Request for Information” (RFI) seeking details on new types of censorship tools that are available in […]


AP Poll: Frontrunners Paul, Perry, Romney

Source: http://www.ronpaul2012.com Reports Yahoo News: “In yet another sign that perhaps the news media ought to think about treating his presidential campaign more seriously, Ron Paul was viewed about as favorably as Rick Perry and Mitt Romney by Americans in a new poll. In an Associated Press-GfK telephone survey of the general population, 37 percent […]