surveillance


New York Police To Implement “Textalyzer” To Monitor Cellphone Use While Driving

By John Vibes Activist Post August 4, 2017   New York Police To Implement “Textalyzer” To Monitor Cellphone Use While Driving     Police in the “Empire State” of New York have reportedly proposed the implementation of a new device that would be able to detect when drivers are using their cell phones. The device has […]

New York Police To Implement “Textalyzer” To Monitor Cellphone Use While Driving

Facial Recognition ID Begins To Spread From Planes To Trains

Facial Recognition ID Begins To Spread From Planes To Trains

By Nicholas West Activist Post August 1, 2017   Facial Recognition ID Begins To Spread From Planes To Trains     The march continues to accelerate toward a future of biometric ID for all travel. Regular readers might know that over the past several months I’ve been covering some disturbing developments at airports in the U.S. and […]


Police Body Cameras To Be Equipped With Facial Recognition

By Nicholas West Activist Post July 19, 2017   Police Body Cameras To Be Equipped With Facial Recognition     Given the steady roll-out of biometrics in banking, personal computing, and travel as of late, it seemed to be just a matter of time before police were equipped the latest biometric ID technology. Defense One reports that, Device-maker Motorola will work with artificial […]

Police Body Cameras To Be Equipped With Facial Recognition

The Age of No Privacy: The Surveillance State Shifts Into High Gear

The Age of No Privacy: The Surveillance State Shifts Into High Gear

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute July 1, 2017   The Age of No Privacy: The Surveillance State Shifts Into High Gear     “We are rapidly entering the age of no privacy, where everyone is open to surveillance at all times; where there are no secrets from government.” ― William O. Douglas, Supreme Court […]


Low-Cost Micro Satellites are Spawning a Global Surveillance Arms Race

By Nicholas West Activist Post June 27, 2017   Low-Cost Micro Satellites are Spawning a Global Surveillance Arms Race     The emergence of low-cost micro satellites is starting to spawn a global surveillance arms race: the familiar problem-reaction-solution paradigm upon what all other arms races are built. “Our competitors will learn to use this exploding […]

Low-Cost Micro Satellites are Spawning a Global Surveillance Arms Race

Security...or Surveillance? The Edward Snowden Interview

Security…or Surveillance? The Edward Snowden Interview

By Daniel McAdams Ron Paul Institute June 21, 2017   Security…or Surveillance? The Edward Snowden Interview   What does former NSA analyst turned whistleblower Edward Snowden have to tell us about liberty? About trading a little freedom for government promises of security? Does he feel that his historic release of government documents showing how the […]


There Will Be Blood: the Alexandria Shooting and Civil War in America

By Kurt Nimmo Another Day in the Empire June 16, 2017   There Will Be Blood: the Alexandria Shooting and Civil War in America     The state will exercise it monopoly of violence and terror. It’s the defining characteristic of the modern state. The endgame is an authoritarian police and surveillance state. The shooting […]

There Will Be Blood: the Alexandria Shooting and Civil War in America

Japan Imposes Sweeping Pre-Crime Surveillance Law Ahead Of 2020 Olympics

Japan Imposes Sweeping Pre-Crime Surveillance Law Ahead Of 2020 Olympics

By Nicholas West Activist Post June 16, 2017   Japan Imposes Sweeping Pre-Crime Surveillance Law Ahead Of 2020 Olympics     With the latest spate of terror attacks we are beginning to witness supposedly democratic countries take increasingly tyrannical positions in the name of security. Yesterday, Germany made it clear that they were willing to eradicate […]


The Surveillance State and Big Brother Trump

By Kurt Nimmo Another Day in the Empire June 10, 2017   The Surveillance State and Big Brother Trump     Despite his opposition to surveillance during the campaign, Trump has flip-flopped once again and now supports the surveillance state. His Homeland Security advisor, Tom Bossert, who worked with the Bush administration, penned an editorial […]

The Surveillance State and Big Brother Trump

Even if the NSA could be reformed, however, the problem of government surveillance goes far beyond the criminal activities of this one agency.

Big Brother Is Still Watching You: Don’t Fall for the NSA’s Latest Ploy

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute May 3, 2017   Big Brother Is Still Watching You: Don’t Fall for the NSA’s Latest Ploy     “You had to live—did live, from habit that became instinct—in the assumption that every sound you made was overheard, and, except in darkness, every movement scrutinized.”—George Orwell, 1984 Supposedly the […]


The Iron Jaws of the Police State: Trump’s America Is a Constitution-Free Zone

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute April 28, 2017   The Iron Jaws of the Police State: Trump’s America Is a Constitution-Free Zone     Please. Somebody give Attorney General Jeff Sessions a copy of the Constitution. And while you’re at it, get a copy to President Trump, too. In fact, you might want […]

The Age of No Privacy: The Surveillance State Shifts Into High Gear

What if We Don’t Really Govern Ourselves?

What if We Don’t Really Govern Ourselves?

By Andrew P. Napolitano LewRockwell.com April 22, 2017   What if We Don’t Really Govern Ourselves?     What if our belief in self-government is a belief in a myth? What if the election of one political party over the other to control Congress changes only appearances? What if taxes stay high and regulations stay […]


Lawsuit Attempts To Hold Foreign Governments Accountable For Spying On Americans

By Derrick Broze Activist Post April 18, 2017   Lawsuit Attempts To Hold Foreign Governments Accountable For Spying On Americans     The Electronic Frontier Foundation is attempting to reverse a court decision that they say could potentially lead to immunity for foreign governments who spy, attack, and even murder Americans.  On Thursday April 13, the Electronic […]

Lawsuit Attempts To Hold Foreign Governments Accountable For Spying On Americans