Tag: PRISM

‘Snowden In Venezuela’ Hoax Email Finds a Home on Social Media
By July 8, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

‘Snowden In Venezuela’ Hoax Email Finds a Home on Social Media

An email that was virally circulating earlier today claimed that Edward Snowden has safely landed in Venezuela. The report, sadly, is an outright lie. Now, the email has found its way throughout the world of social networking, and at least one website has fallen for the hoax as real: “The Al Jazeera news agency is reporting […]

It’s Time to Do Away With Homeland Security
By July 7, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

It’s Time to Do Away With Homeland Security

The surveillance state is even bigger, and scarier, than we thought. And, as a result, it’s time that we broke up the failed national security experiment known as the Department of Homeland Security. Returning to dozens of independent agencies will return internal checks-and-balances to within the Executive branch, and actually make us both safer and […]

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Nine Companies Tied to PRISM, Obama Smacked With Class-Action Lawsuit
By June 13, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

Nine Companies Tied to PRISM, Obama Smacked With Class-Action Lawsuit

AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, PalTalk, Skype, Yahoo! and Youtube will be named in the suit, attorney says By STEVEN NELSON Attorney Larry Klayman hopes to turn up the legal heat on President Barack Obama over his administration’s secret domestic surveillance programs. Former Justice Department prosecutor Larry Klayman amended an existing lawsuit against Verizon and a slew […]

WIKILEAKS Tips to Avoid NSA Spying On Your Internet Activity!
By June 11, 2013 0 Comments Read More →

WIKILEAKS Tips to Avoid NSA Spying On Your Internet Activity!

Please note important it is allways possible to leave footprints on the web even if you think you are secure. The following is advice from the Wikileaks community on keeping your computer and internet activity secure from the controversial PRISM program and other NSA snooping. Make sure that even the hardware you use is clean. […]