HOW THE TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP WOULD IMPACT INTERNET FREEDOM

exposethetpp.org Remember SOPA – the “copyright” legislation before Congress last year that public outcry stopped cold? Well, the same corporations behind SOPA have pushed to insert its most pernicious provisions into TPP. Says who? The organizations that stopped SOPA like… Continue Reading

CISA Is Now The Law: How Congress Quietly Passed The Second Patriot Act

Zero Hedge Back in 2014, civil liberties and privacy advocates were up in arms when the government tried to quietly push through the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act, or CISA, a law which would allow federal agencies – including the NSA… Continue Reading

Shocking Microsoft News: All of your data belongs to us! Tracking, Spying, Keylogging and more

Forbes In September Microsoft admitted it is downloading Windows 10 on every Windows 7 and Windows 8 computer. Then in October it claimed an ‘accident’ saw these downloads begin installing without user permission. Well this accident now looks to have… Continue Reading

Nationwide ‘Suspicious Activity’ Files Now Document Sketchy Online Activity

nextgov.com […]the Senate as early as this week could debate the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act, a bill that would make it easier for businesses to exchange, with the government, details about hacks. The data divulged could include customer IP addresses,… Continue Reading

Encryption Is As American As Apple Pie: The Founding Fathers Frequently Used It … And It Helped Win the Revolutionary War

Washington’s Blog Spying v. Privacy: An Ancient Battle The NSA, FBI and other government agencies are pushing to outlaw encryption.  And see this.  On the other hand, many Americans want privacy. This is the same battle fought by the Founding… Continue Reading

Coincidence, Cyberwarfare, or Digital False Flag: Watch out for the exploitation of any crisis

Regardless of what caused today’s cyber blunder triple play, be ever vigilant that crises like these are not exploited to take away freedoms and grant governments even more power to invade your privacy and your life. LA Times Wednesday morning’s… Continue Reading

Google eavesdropping tool installed on computers without permission

theguardian.com Privacy campaigners and open source developers are up in arms over the secret installing of Google software which is capable of listening in on conversations held in front of a computer. First spotted by open source developers, the Chromium… Continue Reading

*RED ALERT* Tracking Where You Go and Taxing You By The Mile? Can You Be serious?!

alabamatruth.com In a shocking turn of events and a progression of the 1984-type agenda, al.com actually suggests to copy Oregon’s new tax by the mile program. “We all know Alabama is in dire need of more money. Here’s another idea… Continue Reading

French consumer rights watchdog sues Google, Facebook, Twitter for privacy violations

rt.com France’s top consumer rights group has filed a lawsuit in a Paris court against Google+, Facebook and Twitter, accusing the social networks of violating the country’s privacy laws. UFC-Que Choisir – a group which advises consumers on products, services… Continue Reading

GCHQ and NSA intercepted Yahoo users’ private photographs

RT.com British and American surveillance agencies teamed up to develop a system that collected millions of images from the webcams of unsuspecting and innocent internet users, new leaked documents reveal. This “Optic Nerve” program — administered by the UK’s GCHQ… Continue Reading

Tune in 10pm CST for ATR News LIVE! Tonight: Protecting your privacy, Investigating dead bankers, plus R.I.P. Harold Ramis

Alabama Truth Radio News Live February 24th, 2014 Tonight on ATR News Live: We look into some ways to protect your self from government invasion of privacy, IRS rule change could have effects on conservative groups, Doug Hagmann’s new investigation… Continue Reading

6 Anti-NSA Technological innovations that May Just Change the World

SCG News People used to assume that the United States government was held in check by the constitution, which prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures and which demands due process in criminal investigations, but such illusions have evaporated in recent years.… Continue Reading