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Bump Stock Ban Boogie: The Latest Silly Political Dance Craze

Bump Stock Ban Boogie: The Latest Silly Political Dance Craze

. by Thomas L. Knapp Every time there’s a “public mass shooting” (defined by the Congressional Research Service as an incident in which four or more people are indiscriminately killed, not including the shooter or shooters, in a relatively public place) in America, the usual suspects climb atop of the pile of bodies before they’re […]

Comey’s Overdue Departure

Comey’s Overdue Departure

By Victor Davis Hanson   The Corner The one and only.   If a FBI director is doing his job, we probably should neither see nor hear of him much on television.   The FBI director by his very office holds enormous power. And like the IRS director, by definition he or she must show […]

Obama era surveillance timeline

Obama era surveillance timeline

By Sharyl Atkinson Obama-era Surveillance Timeline Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

Who’s Listening In?

Who’s Listening In?

. By Phil Erwin When President Trump first “tweeted” that President Obama had “ordered the wire-tapping” of his phones at Trump Tower, there was an absolute furor among the nation’s media and political crowd. This struck me as odd. It seemed self-evident that somebody’s conversations had been listened to, because General Flynn had been “unmasked,” embarrassed […]

Surveillance State 2016: Orwell was an Optimist

Surveillance State 2016: Orwell was an Optimist

By Thomas L. Knapp Reuters reports that troubled Internet giant Yahoo! “complied with a classified US government demand, scanning hundreds of millions of Yahoo Mail accounts at the behest of the National Security Agency or FBI.” According to surveillance experts consulted by Reuters it’s probably “the first case to surface of a US Internet company […]

Google unveils simpler portal for users to delete data it has about them

Google unveils simpler portal for users to delete data it has about them

By Paresh Dave Unending scrutiny from regulators is keeping pressure on Google to get better about explaining how it tracks users and how they can tinker with privacy settings. On Monday, Google unveiled a website at privacy.google.com that answers questions more clearly than ever. In case you didn’t know, Google keeps a record of what […]

Lawful interception in the age of Cyber Surveillance

Lawful interception in the age of Cyber Surveillance

By Avi Yariv One of the world’s fastest growing technological fields is called ’Lawful Interception’, find namely enforcing the law in cyberspace and gathering cyber intelligence, stomach as well as conducting surveillance and monitoring over the internet. This issue has been receiving increasing budgets worldwide. Even regulation is picking up pace in order to allow […]

“Tracking Ebola contacts”: call in the Surveillance State

“Tracking Ebola contacts”: call in the Surveillance State

            By Jon Rappoport Now that the US has its own “Ebola case number 1” in isolation at a Dallas hospital, it can swing into gear tracking his/her contacts, and the contacts of those contacts. Never mind that “case number 1” is unproven as an Ebola carrier (see my previous […]

Dogs’ olfactory senses, screening, airport and border checkpoints

Dogs’ olfactory senses, screening, airport and border checkpoints

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Smile – You’re on Camera. Drones are Coming

Smile – You’re on Camera. Drones are Coming

By September 30, 2015, “civil unmanned aircraft systems,” commonly called drones, will be integrated into our nation’s airspace. What does this mean for you?  That depends on how much you treasure your privacy and how well you trust your government.  AB 1327 Unmanned Aircraft Systems was written to restrict the use of drones in California. […]

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