Category Archives: Surveillance

Inconvenient Truth #88: Microsoft and NSA make good lovers

The ACLU recently released a treasure trove of formerly classified NSA documents, one of which entails Microsoft voluntarily allowing the capability for NSA to hack their encryption.  It is vitally important to understand that the NSA is under the Department … Continue reading

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Inconvenient Truth #87: NSA and SkyDrive

NSA memo announcing alliance with Microsoft for access to Skydrive data without special permission after months of negotiating between the FBI and Microsoft. Skydrive is a cloud service used by over 250 million people worldwide to store files online and … Continue reading

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Inconvenient Truth #86: Blarney and Facebook

The ACLU has acquired (through Freedom of Information Act lawsuits) thousands of previously classified documents on the NSA spy programs.  It is critically important to note that the NSA is NOT just a government entity, it is part and parcel … Continue reading

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Inconvenient Truth #72: “We’re the Good Guys”

“If you repeat a lie often enough, people will believe it, and you will even come to believe it yourself.” — Hitler, Vol 1 Ch 6 “Mein Kampf”, or “How to become President and lose your soul” In the television … Continue reading

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