23. 04. 2014
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FBI is said to gather data on foreign governments with hackers’ help

            Source: Brisbane Times An informant working for the FBI coordinated a 2012 campaign of hundreds of cyberattacks on foreign websites, including some operated by the governments of...

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21. 04. 2014
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Mesh Networks to avoid surveillance in Tunisia funded by U.S. State Department

          Editor’s Note: Any communication network funded by U.S. State Department and USAID  is a red flag. You should be asking yourself why the State Department is beta testing...

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20. 04. 2014
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China eavesdropping on PH maritime activities

              Source: abs-cbnnews China has not only deployed and maintained the presence of its surveillance and navy ships in the West Philippine Sea, but has positioned advanced communications...

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14. 04. 2014
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The EU’s Covert Military Satellite Program

                    Source: The Trumpet The EU launched its Sentinel-1a satellite from French Guiana on April 3 as it began the rollout of its advanced fleet of Earth-monitoring...

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04. 04. 2014
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Hailstorm -Secret military device lets Oakland deputies track cellphones

Source: Detroit News Pontiac— Oakland County commissioners asked no questions last March before unanimously approving a cellphone tracking device so powerful it was used by the military to fight terrorists. Now, though, some...

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23. 03. 2014
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Eisenhower’s military-industrial warning rings truer than ever

                    Editor’s Note: My opinion,  Edward Snowden is a CIA operative not hiding out in Russia. An open CIA- NSA intelligence war: CIA- HUMINT...

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20. 03. 2014
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Orange shares all its call data with France’s intelligence agency – DGSE

            Source: Engadget Another day, another round of troubling surveillance news. In a twist, though, today’s nugget has less to do with the US or the NSA but rather,...

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26. 02. 2014
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Forget the NSA, the LAPD Spies on Millions of Innocent Folks

Source: LA Weekly Edward Snowden ripped the blinds off the surveillance state last summer with his leak of top-secret National Security Agency documents, forcing a national conversation about spying in the post-9/11 era....

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22. 02. 2014
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WELCOME TO ALGORITHMIC PRISON

  Source: NextGov Corporations and government are using information about us in a new – and newly insidious – way. Employing massive data files, much of the information taken from the Internet, they...

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13. 02. 2014
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Repressive governments buy cheap spyware to keep tabs on critics

Source: SCMP Ethiopian journalist Mesay Mekonnen was at his desk at a news service based in the US when gibberish skittered across his computer screen in December. A sophisticated cyberattack was under way....

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05. 01. 2014
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AFRICAP: U.S. State Department’s solicitation for Corporate Mercenaries

Editor’s Note: Peacekeeping Support is government lingo for low intensity operations to incorporate counterinsurgency operations into sovereign countries using corporate mercenaries in-line with the military. Source: FBO The U.S. Department of State, Office...

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17. 12. 2013
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India’s spooks prepare to peer through their own PRISM: NETRA

India’s spooks prepare to peer through their own PRISM: NETRA

Source: Register  The Indian government is gearing up to switch on “NETRA”, a large scale internet surveillance system that will allow its spy agencies to monitor suspicious online communications in order to detect...

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10. 12. 2013
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NSAs Special Source and Tailored Access Operation Teams & Google cookies pinpoint targets for hacking and mass commercial surveillance

NSAs Special Source and Tailored Access Operation Teams & Google cookies pinpoint targets for hacking and mass commercial surveillance

Source: WP – The Switch The National Security Agency is secretly piggybacking on the tools that enable Internet advertisers to track consumers, using “cookies” and location data to pinpoint targets for government hacking...

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09. 12. 2013
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Spy agencies in covert push to infiltrate virtual world of online gaming

Spy agencies in covert push to infiltrate virtual world of online gaming

Source: Guardian To the National Security Agency analyst writing a briefing to his superiors, the situation was clear: their current surveillance efforts were lacking something. The agency’s impressive arsenal of cable taps and...

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26. 11. 2013
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Corporate espionage and mercenary spooks undermines democracy

Corporate espionage and mercenary spooks undermines democracy

Source: Reuters It’s not just the NSA that has been caught spying on Americans. Some of our nation’s largest corporations have been conducting espionage as well, against civic groups. For these big companies...

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17. 11. 2013
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NSA, Unit 8200, Technion, NICE systems, Comverse, and Check Point’s role in U.S. militarization, domestic-international intelligence surveillance and drug trafficking

NSA, Unit 8200, Technion, NICE systems, Comverse, and Check Point’s role in U.S. militarization, domestic-international intelligence surveillance and drug trafficking

Source: mondoweiss [...] Technion’s links with surveillance operations The American Technion Society, which is a New York City-based fundraising/public relations outlet for Technion, states in a YouTube video: “The world often turns to...

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10. 11. 2013
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Americans have PRISM, and the Russians have SORM and PAK.

Americans have PRISM, and the Russians have SORM and PAK.

Source: tvn24.pl Rough translation If Edward Snowden actually is an enemy of the ubiquitous wiretaps, that the place of asylum could not have chosen a worse country. Putin’s Russia is a world leader...

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05. 11. 2013
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China sets up station to monitor Indian Air Force at Ladakh

China sets up station to monitor Indian Air Force at Ladakh

Source: NDTV China has built a station to monitor the movement of Indian planes at the Daulat Beg Oldie (DBO) sector in Ladakh near the Line of Actual Control, the site of a...

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27. 10. 2013
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“F6″ the NSA’s global surveillance unit, the “Special Collection Service.”

“F6″ the NSA’s global surveillance unit, the “Special Collection Service.”

Source: Der Spiegel A “top secret” classified NSA document from the year 2010 shows that a unit known as the “Special Collection Service” (SCS) is operational in Berlin, among other locations. It is...

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16. 10. 2013
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EU Tightens Its Grip on the Mediterranean

EU Tightens Its Grip on the Mediterranean

Source: The Trumpet The European Parliament approved a new “big brother” surveillance program for the Mediterranean Sea on October 10, after an overcrowded boat full of migrants sank off the Italian island of...

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09. 10. 2013
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FBI’s Wireless Intercept and Tracking Teams

FBI’s Wireless Intercept and Tracking Teams

Source: Slate The FBI likes to keep quiet about its surveillance methods. But a series of newly released documents shares details about the secretive tactics it uses to covertly monitor cellphones. As part...

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08. 09. 2013
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GCHQ HUMINT Operation Teams: British Intelligence Placed Undercover Operatives in Tech Companies

GCHQ HUMINT Operation Teams: British Intelligence Placed Undercover Operatives in Tech Companies

Source: Toms Guide The National Security Agency (NSA) and its British counterpart the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) have done just about everything in their power to intercept communications in the digital sphere. According...

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02. 09. 2013
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Hemisphere Project: Drug Enforcement Administration mine AT&T phone records dating back decades

Hemisphere Project: Drug Enforcement Administration mine AT&T phone records dating back decades

Source: UPI NYT: Drug Agents Use Vast Phone Trove, Eclipsing N.S.A.’s Interactive Slideshow U.S. law enforcement accessed a database of phone calls for a longer time than the National Security Agency’s monitored cellphones,...

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31. 08. 2013
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Code-named GENIE and ROC teams: Secret documents detail U.S. war in cyberspace

Code-named GENIE and ROC teams: Secret documents detail U.S. war in cyberspace

Source: Japan Times/Washington Post U.S. intelligence services carried out 231 offensive cyber-operations in 2011, the leading edge of a clandestine campaign that embraces the Internet as a theater of spying, sabotage and war,...

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28. 08. 2013
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Australian spies in global deal to tap undersea cables

Australian spies in global deal to tap undersea cables

Source: Canberra Times The nation’s electronic espionage agency, the Australian Signals Directorate, is in a partnership with British, American and Singaporean intelligence agencies to tap undersea fibre optic telecommunications cables that link Asia,...

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25. 08. 2013
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‘Special Collection Service’ Decrypted United Nations Communication Traffic

‘Special Collection Service’ Decrypted United Nations Communication Traffic

Source: Der Spiegel The UN headquarters in New York intercepted more than 80 U.S. embassies and consulates worldwide abused as a listening post: the new MIRROR revelations about the practices of the U.S. Secret...

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22. 08. 2013
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Code-name“Tempora” – UK’s secret Middle-East internet surveillance base

Code-name“Tempora” – UK’s secret Middle-East internet surveillance base

Via StratRisks – Must Read: Glimmerglass Intercepts Undersea Cable Traffic for Spy Agencies Source: Independent Britain runs a secret internet-monitoring station in the Middle East to intercept and process vast quantities of emails,...

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21. 08. 2013
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NSA Spying Gets Even Creepier With Facial Recognition Software

NSA Spying Gets Even Creepier With Facial Recognition Software

Source: Policy Mic The Department of Homeland Security is developing new technology that would allow it to scan people’s faces and identify them in a crowd. The Biometric Optic Surveillance System (BOSS), has...

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