Tag Archives: spying
Yet another example of how our government abuses the broad, sweeping powers we give it:
WASHINGTON – The FBI gave inaccurate information to Congress and the public when it claimed a possible terrorism link to justify surveilling an anti-w… Continue reading →
By Glenn Greenwald Forbes‘ technology writer Andy Greenberg reports that at the Defcon Security Conference yesterday, an individual named Chet Uber appeared with revelations about the case of accused WikiLeaks leaker Bradley Manning and govern… Continue reading →
Fox News’ senior judicial analyst made some surprising remarks Saturday that may go against the grain at his conservative network.
In a interview with Ralph Nader on C-SPAN’s Book TV to promote his book Lies the Government Told You, Judg… Continue reading →
Charleston man surprised when he found one while camping with daughter Last month, Herman Jacob took his daughter and her friend camping in the Francis Marion National Forest. While poking around for some firewood, Jacob noticed a wire. He pulled on it and followed it to a video camera and antenna. The camera didn’t have […] Continue reading →
By GW Shultz, reporter fro the Center for Investigative Reporting May 10, 2010 The autobiography of a former police officer in Minnesota discloses fresh details about the breadth of law enforcement spying on political protesters that took place leading up the 2008 Republican National Convention in St. Paul. The book has received only scant attention […] Continue reading →