As the use of “e-carceration” spreads globally, invasive, AI-powered surveillance comes with it.
Amazon agrees to Ring and Alexa settlements but didn’t admit violating any laws.
Despite deleted chats, Google says US wasn’t denied access to “material” info.
Three years on from the explosive Julian Assange/Paul Manafort story, we question whether the Guardian has honored its stated commitment to the truth.
UK judge Vanessa Baraitser justified CIA spying on Julian Assange by citing a falsehood-filled CNN report. Her judgment highlighted corporate media’s enthusiastic role in a state-sponsored assault on press freedom.
A Spanish judge’s request to probe a Las Vegas Sands staffer’s apparent role in a criminal spying operation against Julian Assange indicates the investigation is homing in on US intelligence. Tellingly, the Department of Justice is stonewalling the application.
The CEO of data broker Mobilewalla, which worked with Republican SuperPACs, says it tracked Evangelicals’ cell phone locations for six months.
An exclusive investigation by The Grayzone reveals new details on the critical role Sheldon Adelson’s Las Vegas Sands played in an apparent CIA spying operation targeting Julian Assange, and exposes the Sands security staff who helped coordinate the malicious campaign.
Recordings have emerged of private conversations that Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, had while living in the Ecuadorean Embassy. He and a Spanish prosecutor blame the United States.
Doorbell-camera firm Ring has partnered with 400 police forces, extending surveillance concerns.
While we all live under extensive surveillance, for government employees and contractors — especially those with a security clearance — privacy is virtually nonexistent.
The US Department of Homeland Security is looking to build a media monitoring database. When some reporters objected, a DHS spokesman dismissed their concerns as fodder for “black helicopter conspiracy theorists.”
The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency recently signed a contract with private company Vigilant Solutions to officially secure agency-wide access to its massive nationwide license plate recognition Read More…
NSA conveniently wiped out ‘01-‘07 mass surveillance data from the warrantless and unconstitutional ‘Stellar Wind’ program, violating court orders to preserve the data in ongoing lawsuits filed against the NSA.
Congress voted Thursday to temporarily extend the reauthorization for the controversial Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Amendments Act of 2008 by three weeks. This gives Congress some extra Read More…