Tag Archives: mass surveillance

Who Else?

After having delayed for more than a week a much awaited The Intercept publication on who has been unlawfully spied on surveilled by NSA, yesterday’s revelation by Glenn Greenwald and Murtaza Hussain that it is five prominent American Muslims is … Continue reading

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Nobody Cares

Surveillance in the 1970s. Assassin Jonathan (Bruno Ganz) in Wim Wender’s Der Amerikanische Freund (1977) is being watched by numerous surveillance cameras in a metro station in Paris. But nobody seems to care when he shoots his prey. Go to 8:00 … Continue reading

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Intelligence Yields

Two to five unnamed U.S. government officials have alerted the public today that, according to intelligence colected by the U.S. and other states, shoebombers may have invented new shoe-designs to blow up airplanes in relentless attempts to terrorize innocent and well-surveilled citizens. As CNN … Continue reading

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WikiLeaks a Terrorist Organization?

The recent revelations, leaked by NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden, that both NSA and itsUK counterpart GCHQ had targeted whistle-blower platform WikiLeaks and, after the publication of the Afghanistan Warlogs had pressured other countries with forces in Afghanistan such as Australia, the … Continue reading

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Will Glenn Greenwald Travel to the U.S. to Accept the George Polk Award?

Greenwald who has stayed in his second home in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, since he had begun launching stories about NSA and GCHQ mass surveillance last year had foretold his former employer Salon.com that he might return to the U.S. … Continue reading

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