A huge part of the NSA debate has centered around metadata and whether or not it is an onerous violation of our rights for the government to collect the data about our data. Dianne Feinstein, Mike Rogers, Barack Obama and others would have you believe that it is no big deal. However, a recent study […]
It seems as if the NSA cannot go one day without insulting the intelligence of the American public and desecrating the legacy of the Founding Fathers.
Supporters of NSA spying come up with all kinds of mental gymnastics to justify its gross violations of the Fourth Amendment.
The mass collection of all internet data will continue. The NSA will continue to undermine and sabotage encryption. The NSA will continue to try to pass warrantless data along to local law enforcement for non-terror investigations. The mass collection of phone records will continue as well.
Simply put, it appears the NSA has the capability to steal your money and may well have already used this power.
The Constitution, which was written in the aftermath of the unhappy colonial experience with British soldiers who executed general warrants upon the colonists, forbids that practice today.
by Jason Ditz, originally published at AntiWar.com Government lawyers are demanding that the US District Court immediately throw out an ACLU lawsuit against NSA surveillance, insisting that there is no avenue by which “ordinary Americans” could even theoretically challenge its legality. The ACLU is arguing that the surveillance, involving collecting every phone record of every […]
Bluffdale, Utah Mayor Derk Timothy claims the contract for his city to provide water to the NSA data center is perpetual. Documents prove otherwise.
In a hearing conducted by Sen. Al Franken (D-MN), the NSA came up with perhaps its most ridiculous excuse for illegal, unconstitutional spying program thus far. The agency claims measures increasing spy program transparency would force them to invade our privacy more.
a proposal to have the NSA estimate how often they accidentally swept up Americans in their surveillance was condemned as “time consuming,” and a waste of resources.