NSA leaker Edward Snowden went on Russian TV yesterday to assist Vladimir Putin in a PR stunt.
CIA hacked into Senate Intelligence Committee computers, deleted 900 documents it didn’t want Senators to have.
Will Congress force the CIA to obey the law, at least when it comes to Congress? Feinstein forces the issue.
Dianne Feinstein, chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, says CIA perused confidential Senate network.
What makes this legal is that it takes place overseas, away from US laws and jurisdiction (or so they think).
My friend Tom Matzzie was sitting behind former NSA head Hayden, heard entire “on background” convo, tweeted it.
Google has access to the Wi-Fi passwords of Android users. Does the NSA now have the same access?
A whimsical look at how “innocent” metadata can be used to find out more about you than you think.
It was Poitras who brought in Glenn Greenwald, Poitras who shot and edited the video of Snowden in Hong Kong.
Chomsky on how the muscular spook state dealt with resistance in the 1960s.
The upper echelon of the intel community is in position to do what Hoover did, use information to exert control.
“Keys to that backdoor are likely accessible to the NSA… perhaps even to the Chinese.”
Message received. But it’s not the one the US intended.