It’s far less interesting than the reshuffle, apparently.
A new report by the Pew Research Center shows that people across the world are opposed to U.S. surveillance efforts and targeted killings via drones. But, surprisingly, people still like America.
“The representative of the U.S. intelligence services at the U.S. Embassy has been asked to leave Germany.”
“The e-mail did not raise allegations or concerns about wrongdoing or abuse…”
The U.S. National Security Agency is using cryptology in its tweets to attract bright would-be spooks.
There’s a whole world of internet research you could be doing!
Sen. Dianne Feinstein tore into the CIA in a blistering — and widely covered — floor speech on Tuesday. White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough met with the senator after her speech.
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Since 2010, the National Security Administration has examined U.S. citizens’ social networking accounts, according to The New York Times.
The NSA and NSA officers have used their agency’s surveillance capabilities to bug the United Nations and eavesdrop on spouses and partners, according to recent reports.
The country where anti-surveillance hero Edward Snowden wants to take refuge spent half a million dollars on an Israeli-made “GSM interceptor” in a deal brokered by a U.S. middleman. Seeking the capacity to “intercept text messages, falsify and modify the text messages” among other tricks.
“You put that little phone in the charger and it’s facing you—anyone can watch you while you sleep. We’re entering 1984.”
How did we never see this before! Inspired by Obama Is Checking Your Email tumblr.
If only we had heeded Shia’s warning.
Classified debates among the members of Congress who authorized the program in the first place. There may be changes, but they won’t tell us.
The Guardian revealed Wednesday that the NSA has been collecting Verizon customers’ phone records. George Orwell’s 1984 was published 64 years ago this week.
Who knew these things were the secret to happiness?
Benjamin Pierce Bishop allegedly hid his relationship with a Chinese woman from the government even though his position and security clearance requires him to report contact with foreign nationals.
Trevor Harwell was arrested in California when police discovered he was in possession of hundreds of thousands of nude photos of women, photos captured with spying software he surreptitiously installed on their computers. Harwell faces 12 felony counts of computer access and fraud.
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Starting today, you can pre order an iPhone controlled drone equiped with 4 rotors and two cameras. Just imagine what you can film with one of these babies. All for the low price of 300 bucks. Kinda scary, huh?Just imagine what you can film with one of these babies. All for the low price of 300 bucks. Kinda scary, huh?
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All the more reason to fulfill that childhood dream… [Ed Note: All you ever wanted to know about the history of spies using sex to steal secrets. Spies and sex: Two of the best inventions ever. So good together.]
The North Korean spy who was caught exchanging sex with South Korean military officials for sensitive information was convicted to five years in prison. A scandalous case, but kind of a minor sentence, no?
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Before she became the French Chef, she was a spy for the proto-CIA. Her mission: To come up with a recipe for shark repellent that would keep the beasties away from underwater explosives. She was also an operative in Southeast Asia, and made a mean soufflé.
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