Prosecution of Jeffrey Sterling stands in stark contrast to leniency granted to former CIA director General David Petraeus
Continue reading 'Guilty of Embarrassing Government': CIA Whistleblower Gets 42-Month Sentence
The National Security Agency has developed and employed voice recognition technology to create transcripts of phone calls so they can be more easily searched and stored. Privacy advocates are demanding more information as to who might be the technology’s intended targets.
Continue reading NSA Turns Conversations into Searchable Text [Snowden]
Austria has filed a legal complaint against Germany’s BND and the United States’ NSA intelligence services alleging activities targeting its authorities and companies, the country’s interior minister said.
Continue reading Austria Files Complaint vs. NSA/German BND Spying
Industrial business interests within a capitalist system thrive on skillful strategies founded on exclusive access to vital information about the market and its players. The ability to dominate a given market is thrown heavily in favor of those who have the right tools to eavesdrop on the competition, and there’s no more capable surveillance mechanism than those under the control of the state.
Continue reading Industrial Espionage: The Prime Incentive for Mass Surveillance
There’s a military coalition that is standing up against the perennial bully in the schoolyard, i.e. US/NATO military forces. It’s referenced via its annual defense ministers’ meeting, i.e. the Moscow Conference on International Security (MCIS) and its close cooperation is led by the mighty triumvirate of Russia, China and Iran.
Continue reading 15 Member MCIS: The US/NATO's Nightmare
As the Europeans are wondering whether Chancellor Merkel is a CIA mole or not, they’ve decided to file charges against NSA and BND for industrial espionage, a precursor for a larger US/EU battle.
Continue reading Airbus Charges NSA & Germany's BND for Espionage
While the NSA is embedding itself in our computer hard drives, UK’s GCHQ is at the frontseat of our mobile phones.
Continue reading The Great SIM Heist: UK's Global Phone Snooping
Firmware is a software, or digital instructions, embedded with any hardware components our computers are equipped with. From the motherboard to the storage media we use, there is a firmware in each of them, to function properly.
With the right equipment or an outright cooperation of the hardware manufacturers, they are all hackable.
Continue reading NSA Spying Firmware is in Our Hard Disks
According to accounts from a McLean, Virginia resident, the CIA headquarters in Langley, Virginia are on lockdown for an unknown reason.
Photos provided to Breitbart News show the entrance from the road barred and police tape around the perimeter. Patrol cars were reportedly on hand as well. The local resident also stated that the rear entrance to the facility was also blocked.
Continue reading CIA Langley On Lockdown
The so-called “torture report” released by the Senate this week contains only a fraction of the findings on how the CIA aimed to gather intelligence from detainees through interrogation. Still, it contains more than a few shocking revelations.
Continue reading 10 most shocking facts we found in CIA torture report