- Federal Judge Inadvertently Confirms Existence of NSA Spying Program
- PRISM is widely regarded as “the NSA spying on everyone's Internet activity” by the public, which is left to guess at the true extent of the program from a few scraps of hard data, since so much of it remains classified.
- Why the NSA doesn't support the FBI in the San Bernardino iPhone case
- The Snowden leaks explained in great detail some of the most sophisticated spying tools the NSA has developed in recent years for conducting mass surveillance operations and collecting data. That's one of the reasons why Apple and other tech companies ...
- Surprise! NSA data will soon routinely be used for domestic policing that has
- We've known for a couple of years now that the Drug Enforcement Administration and the IRS were getting information from the NSA. Because that information was obtained without a warrant, the agencies were instructed to engage in “parallel construction” ...
- Scheer Intelligence: William Binney and Blowing the Whistle On the NSA
- Binney also discusses the ThinThread data collection system that he helped create while at the NSA, which ended prematurely, and why he believes the agency chose instead to implement the more expensive and bulky Trailblazer, later widely considered to ...
- NSA sniffing around Skunk Works to help acquisition process
- One of NSA's top acquisition officials said the agency's industrial base is struggling and is not seeing enough women-owned businesses. “We are struggling to keep up. We have more people leaving right now in our industrial base to the commercial market ...
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