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Google Fights for Transparency in FISA Court

The Internet giant’s petition to the tribunal says its free speech rights have been violated because it is legally prohibited from discussing even the vaguest details of government surveillance requests.

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The Making of a Global Security State

The Edward Snowden revelations about NSA spying and just how far we’ve come in the building of a surveillance state have swept over us 24/7. When a flood sweeps you away, it’s always hard to find a little dry land to survey the extent and nature of the damage. Here’s my attempt to identify five urges essential to understanding the world Snowden has helped us glimpse.

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NSA Like Me

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In Search of Snowden

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Big Data Is Watching Out for You

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Obama NSA Little Ears and Intervention in Syria

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Spying

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Government Listens to Its Citizens

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Father’s Day Drone

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Privacy Blower

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Truthdigger of the Week: Daniel Ellsberg

Pentagon whistle-blower Daniel Ellsberg remains a steadfast example of the courage he recognizes in Edward Snowden and others in the current generation of whistle-blowers.

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Freedom of the Pressured

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The Pentagon’s Preparations for War Against Us

A score of recent defense department and other official documents warn that climate change, energy shocks and economic crisis could trigger waves of civil unrest. The understanding seems to explain the proliferation of security and surveillance programs over the last decade.

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‘Left, Right & Center’: The Syrian Shift and the Meaning of Edward Snowden

Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer and the other “Left, Right & Center” panelists discuss whether Edward Snowden is a laudable whistle-blower or a threat to our security. Also, the Obama administration said it had confirmed that Syria used chemical weapons and announced that the U.S. would send arms to rebel fighters there.

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NSA

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Bush Drone

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Reading Your Mail

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The NSA

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George Orwell’s 1984

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Former NSA Whistle-Blower: Don’t Go to the Cops

Thomas Drake, one of the few government whistle-blowers of the Bush and Obama years to stave off prosecution, explains why people like him should avoid official channels when disclosing classified information.

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What Is Metadata?

Wondering exactly what the “metadata” that we learned the NSA is scooping up from all of our digital communications really is? The Guardian gives you the chance to see exactly the kinds of details you generate in an average day via the use of common applications and technologies.

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NSA Buddy

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Mugged

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Safety First

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NSA Spying and Public Apathy

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DNA Collecting

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‘Where’s the Outrage Over Private Snooping?’

Americans and some elected officials are up in arms over revelations that the NSA is collecting and storing vast quantities of their personal data. But why aren’t people upset that private companies trade the same information between themselves?

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ACLU Sues Obama Administration Over NSA Snooping, John Oliver’s ‘Daily Show’ Debut, and More

A look at the day’s political happenings, including a lawmaker makes history on the U.S. Senate floor and outgoing Congresswoman Michele Bachmann continues to fundraise on her campaign site.

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Data Mining

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The Leaker

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Trouble in the Data Mine

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NSA and Obama

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Fears for Ears

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Obama’s Listening

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Game of Phones

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Truthdigger of the Week: NSA Whistle-Blower Edward Snowden (Updated)

The Guardian notes, “Snowden will go down in history as one of America’s most consequential whistleblowers, alongside Daniel Ellsberg and Bradley Manning.”

Posted on Jun 8, 2013 READ MORE


‘Left, Right & Center’: The Surveillance State and the China Summit

Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer and the other “Left, Right & Center” panelists ask whether there is any privacy left after revelations that National Security Agency programs are collecting data about citizens’ daily communications.

Posted on Jun 8, 2013 READ MORE


Verizon and the NSA

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Tech Companies Deny Secret Collaboration With NSA

Google’s CEO and its top lawyer wrote an open letter to the company’s users vehemently denying, as previously reported, that the government has direct access to private data. The post is called, “What the ...?” and it echoes the sentiments of other tech giants accused of collaborating with the National Security Agency.

Posted on Jun 7, 2013 READ MORE



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The End of the Right of Privacy?

Someday, a young girl will look up into her father’s eyes and ask, “Daddy, what was privacy?”

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Leak: NSA Has Backdoor Access to Google, Apple, Microsoft and More

A career intelligence officer has leaked the existence of a top secret program called PRISM, which gives the government direct access to files, including photos, e-mails and video chats, hosted by the biggest technology companies.

Posted on Jun 6, 2013 READ MORE



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Obama Administration Has ‘Lost All Credibility,’ New York Times Admonishes

In a scathing editorial, the Gray Lady says Barack Obama’s presidency, which once promised unprecedented transparency, is instead “proving the truism that the executive will use any power it is given and very likely abuse it.”

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Wisconsin Republicans Push for State Access to Bank Accounts of Unemployed

The party of limited government is now pushing for legislation that would allow the government to sneak a peek at some people’s private bank accounts.

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Tumblr Is Worth $1.1 Billion to Yahoo for One Reason: You

Tumblr shunned advertising and earned the trust of its users, but Yahoo undoubtedly has other plans.

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A ‘Sea Change’ in the Media’s View of Obama?

Upon finding itself a target of the administration’s spying program, the establishment press suddenly disapproves of the president’s record on “civil liberties, transparency, press freedoms, and a whole variety of other issues on which he based his first campaign,” Glenn Greenwald writes in The Guardian.

Posted on May 15, 2013 READ MORE


Here’s What a ‘Bee Drone’ Will Look Like

You’ve heard reports of drones the size of insects. A new video shows a flying robot the size of a quarter developed by engineers at Harvard.

Posted on May 4, 2013 READ MORE


Jason Collins’ Place in History

This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: The first male athlete in one of the big American sports to come out of the closet won’t be the last. Also: race and terrorism, and the companies that do (and don’t) protect your privacy from the government.

Posted on May 3, 2013 READ MORE



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Jason Collins’ Place in History

This week on Truthdig Radio in association with KPFK: The first male athlete in one of the big American sports to come out of the closet won’t be the last. Also: race and terrorism, and the companies that do (and don’t) protect your privacy from the government.

Posted on May 3, 2013 READ MORE



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Google’s Spymasters Are Now Worried About Your Secrets

There is a growing acceptance and indeed a demand for additional surveillance cameras, cellphone eavesdropping, location checks and biometric identifiers.

Posted on Apr 29, 2013 READ MORE


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