The White House will push Congress to ‘make it easier to wiretap the internet’.
Posts Tagged ‘NSA’
Tags: civil liberties, FBI, internet surveillance, law, libertarian, NSA, Obama Administration, US, US Congress, warrantless wiretapping program
Tags: anarchism, anti-Statism, capitalism, conspiracy, corporatism, culture, fascism, free press, government transparency, human rights, journalism, Julian Assange, libertarian, liberty, MDA904, media, Newspeak, NSA, Philosophy, society, terrorism, totalitarianism, Truth, War on Terror, Wikileaks
Tags: Af-Pak War, Afghanistan, AIDS, Anna Chapman, Argentina, Arizona, Bank of England, Barney Frank, Big Borother, Catholic Church, China, CNN, Congo, Cuba, DRC, drug war, economics, espionage, Facebook, Fannie Mae, Federal Reserve, Freddie Mac, G20, general strike, Gilberto Jordan, Greece, Hezbollah, HIV, Hizbollah, ICC, IMF, immigration, India, Israel, James Mattis, Japan, Jeffrey Tucker, Jonathan Turley, Kashmir, LeBron James, Malaysia, Mervyn King, military industrial complex, NBA, Nicholas Kristof, NSA, NY National Guard, Octavia Nasr, OTC derivatives, Paul Joseph Watson, political prisoners, Posse Comitatus, racial profiling, Raytheon, religion, renminbi, Ron Paul, Russia, Sayyed Mohammed Hussein Fadlallah, Stephen Walt, sweat shops, Vatican City, virtual currency, yuan
Tags: CI, counterterrorism, DCHC, Defense Department, DHS, DIA, DoD, domestic surveillance, eGuardian, FBI, Federal Register, FICOR, Fourth Amendment, HUMINT, James Clapper, Jeff Stein, Joby Warrick, libertarian, military intelligence, Newspeak, NSA, Obama Administration, Petagon, Privacy Act of 1974, privacy rights, Robert Gates, US, War on Terror, warrantless wiretapping program
The Pentagon’s new intelligence unit’s purpose could raise the valid question of how far the U.S. is moving toward militarized domestic databasing, but its resemblance to a ‘disestablished’ program used to spy on peace activists can reasonably confirm the program was never halted.
Tags: 3g, Abdolmalek Rigi, Abu Zubaydah, Afghanistan, airstrikes, Al Jazeera, Alan Dershowitz, Amnesty International, Amy Goodman, Andy Worthington, Bahrain, banking, black jails, BP, Brazil, BRIC, broadband, CACI, Charles johnson, China, CIA, copyright lawsuits, corporatism, David Kravets, David Petraeus, DIA, DPRK, drones, economic sanctions, Egypt, Eli Clifton, Faisal Shahzad, FBI, Gaza, Gaza blockade, Goldman Sachs, Greece, Guantanamo Bay, Gulf oil spill, Hamid Karzai, Hosni Mubarak, human rights, immigration, indefinite detention, India, infrastructure, intellectual property, Iraq, Israel, Jason Ditz, Joe Biden, Jundallah, Justin Raimondo, Kashmir, Kathy Kelly, Leon Panetta, limited liability, Mexico, military industrial complex, munipcal bonds, NATO, Noam Chomsky, North Korea, NSA, Obama, Obama Administration, Pakistan, Paul Krugman, police brutality, privacy, public opinion, Rad Geek, Red Shirts, RIAA, Russia, San Fransisco, ShoreBank, South Korea, squatter movement, Stephen Walt, terrorism, Thai protests, Thailand, Times Square bomb, Turkey, UN, US debt, Venzuela, Vladmir Putin, WMDs, Zimbabwe
Tags: Carol Rosenberg, Charlie Savage, Glenn Greenwald, Jameel Jaffer, James Risen, Josh Gerstein, Joshua Claus, journalist shield, libertarian, Michael Calderone, Michelle Shephard, Newspeak, NSA, Obama, Omar Khadr, Patrick Gavin, Paul Koring, Rachel Maddow, Scott Horton, Scott Shane, Siobhan Gorman, Spencer Ackerman, Steven Edwards, Thomas Drake, US, War, War on Terror, warrantless wiretapping program, whistleblowers, William Kuebler
Carol Rosenberg and three other reporters have been banned from covering future hearings at Guantánamo Bay by the Pentagon for naming an interrogator before being warned against it. Rachel Maddow commented on her program, Friday night (4:13):
Tags: Af-Pak War, Afghanistan, anarchism, Bagram Air Base, bailouts, banking, Brazil, Cato Institute, Census 2010, China, CIA, Colombia, corporate fraud, corporatism, Dennis Kucinich, economy, extrajudicial punishment, fascism, Federal Reserve, feminism, gerrymandering, Glenn Beck, Goldman Sachs, Hizbollah, human rights, imperialism, international law, Iraq, Iraq War, Israel, Joe Stack, Kandahar, law, Lebanon, libertarian, liberty, market-anarchism, Middle East, militarism, Monsanto, Murrary Rothbard, NATO, neoconservatism, Netanyahu, NSA, Obama, Old Right, Omar Hassan al-Bashir, open source education, police brutality, population control, prisons, Red Shirts, Robert Fisk, SEC, South Africa, Stanley McChrystal, Sudan election, Syria, targeted assassinations, terrorism, Thailand, torture, UBS, US, US military, Venezuela, Wall Street, War, War on Terror, whistleblowers, Wikileaks, William Buckley, worker self-management
Tags: Af-Pak War, Afghanistan, airstrikes, Bagram Air Base, Bush Administration, Convention Against Torture, corporatism, drone attacks, economy, Eric Holder, fascism, Federal Reserve, financial crisis, Geneva Conventions, George Bush, Gitmo, government surveillance, Guantanamo Bay, human rights, impeachment, international law, ISAF, law, Lehman Brothers, Middle East, National Surveillance State, NATO, NSA, Obama, Obama Administration, Pakistan, Phoenix Program, Predator drones, Stanley McChrystal, Timothy Geithner, torture, UN Charter, US, Vietnam, War, war crimes, War on Terror
Dave Lindorff on Obama: as guilty as Bush, the war criminal.
Tags: Abdulmutallab, ACTA, Af-Pak War, Afghanistan, al-Qaida, Allan Nairn, Australia, Bloody Sunday, catholic priests, Christiane Amanpour, CIA, CNT, DNA, economy, evolution, G20, Gitmo, Google, Guantanamo Bay, GWOT, healthcare reform, humor, intellectual property, Israel, James Galbraith, Jane Mayer, KSM, Liberia, Lockheed MArtin, mortgage crisis, NATO, Noam Chomsky, Northern Ireland, NSA, Osama bin Laden, Oscar Romero, Pakistan, pirates, police brutality, Pope Benedict, propaganda, Saudi Arabia, science, Somalia, Spanish Anarchism, Sri Lanka, Taliban, Toronto G20 Summit, torture, Uighurs, UN Food Programme, underwear bomber, unemployment, US, War on Terror, waterboarding, women's rights
Tags: bailout, banking, Ben Bernanke, Congress, corruption, Donald Rumsfeld, economy, Federal Reserve, fiat money, FMOC, George Bush, Greece, human rights, inflationary tax, international law, Iran-Iraq War, Iraq, Iraq War, libertarian, liberty, Middle East, Newspeak, NSA, Reagan Administration, Roert Bridge, Ron Paul, Saddam Hussein, US, War, War on Terror, Watergate, WMD
Robert Bridge at Russia Today refutes Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke calling Rep. Ron Paul’s allegations the organization financed Iraq’s arms acquisitions to commit atrocities ‘bizarre’ (5:31):
Tags: AIPAC, Blue Dog Democrat, Congress, Department of Justice, espionage, FISA, Gonzales, international law, Israel, Israel lobby, Jane Harman, law, Mossad, Newspeak, NSA, nuclear secrets, US, wiretapping, Zionism
Scott Horton of AntiWar Radio interviews contributing editor at The American Conservative Philip Giraldi who adds to Jeff Stein’s breaking story of Rep. Jane Harman (D-CA) making promises for the Israel lobby, AIPAC, in an U.S. espionage case that the road to Washington goes through AIPAC. (more…)
Tags: AIPAC, Blue Dog Democrat, Congress, Department of Justice, espionage, FISA, Gonzales, international law, Israel, Israel lobby, Jane Harman, law, Newspeak, NSA, US, wiretapping, Zionism
Scott Horton of AntiWar Radio interviews Jeff Stein, who broke this story days ago. (more…)
Tags: anti-Statism, Bill of Rights, bipartisan, civil liberties, Congress, Constitution, Democrats, DOJ, fascism, FISA, George Bush, government, law, libertarian, liberty, national security, Newspeak, NSA, Nuremburg, Obama, Patriot Act, Republicans, state secrets, telecommunications, US, War, wiretapping
Kevin Carson on the privileges of statesmen that they grant to themselves and extend to one another. (more…)
Tags: al-Qaeda, al-Qaida, anti-Statism, Cheney, Constitution, detainees, fascism, Fort Dix, George Bush, Gitmo, Guantanamo, habeas corpus, human rights, international law, Iraq, libertarian, liberty, McCarthyism, Middle East, MSNBC, Newspeak, NSA, Obama, Olbermann, Rassam, terrorism, torture, US, War, war crimes, waterboarding, Zabida