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Undernews: NSA Spygate Special

Undernews: NSA Spygate Special

Since 1964, the news while there's still time to do something about it


Video interview with NSA whistleblower

"I, sitting at my desk, certainly have the authorities to wiretap anyone - from you or your accountant, to a federal judge, to even the President.”

Intel officers overheard saying Snowden
"should be disappeared"

Snowden in a dangerous place

Told to leave Hong Kong

Carlyle Group owns Booz Allen

A few things to remember

"Can it really be a crime to expose crime?" - Daniel Ellsberg

Senator Frank Church on the NSA, 1975

Israeli companies involved in NSA spying scandal

The FBI's PRISM predecessor

NSA whistleblower: Verizon invasion "just tip of the iceberg"

NSA spying on credit cards

NSA was bugging Windows software by 1999

Obama regime fights release of secret court decision finding unconstitutional surveillance

2001: NSA wanted White House to "rethink" Fourth Amendment

Matt Damon on Good Will Hunting explains why not to work for the NSA

Constitution-bashing NSA head Clapper:"The unauthorized disclosure of information about this important and entirely legal program is reprehensible and risks important protections for the security of Americans."

"I want to deliver a warning this afternoon: when the American people find out how their government has secretly interpreted the Patriot Act, they will be stunned and they will be angry." - Ron Wyden two years ago

NSA whistlelower warned of dangers six months ago

Fifteen years ago, we were among the few in the media to report the story

Officials using national security excuse to conceal potentially illegal behavior

Europeans furious over Obama regime phone spying

Federation of American Scientists' site on Echelon

Obama calls it a "modest encroachment"

Russ Feingold: the only senator to vote against Patriot Act

Obama administration mining your data from nine Internet firms(and data from members of Congress and the press)
More on this

Government can monitor every thing you do online

Pants on fire

Heroes: The NSA whistleblowers

NY Times softens its criticism of Obama

Photos of where Obama administration is hiding your private data

Verizon being forced to turn over all phone records to Obama administration

Your phone data being shared with Britain

Obama is third president to illegally spy on American's phone calls

By this logic, Senator Feinstein should appear naked on the Senate floor so we'll know she's not going to blow the place up

Bloggers may be denied press protection under shield law

Infrequently asked questions
Where in the Constitution does it say that its enumerated rights must be "balanced" by whatever an administration wants to do?

Obama administration says it should be allowed to search laptops at borders based on hunches


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