Tag: Big Brother

#FREEKNOWLES: Twitter Suspends Daily Wire’s Michael Knowles For Election Day Joke

Saturday night, the Daily Wire’s own Michael Knowles revealed on his Instagram that he’d been suspended by Twitter over a joke Tweet instructing Democrats to vote on November 7, the Wednesday after Election Day. Twitter, which has been loathe to remove threatening Tweets, and, according to reports, tolerated the man allegedly behind a nationwide bombing […]

LEAKED VIDEO: Google Leadership’s Dismayed Reaction to Trump Election

This senior Google executive didn’t say, “Hillary Clinton lost” or “the Democrats lost” or “they lost”. She said “we lost”. We. At a Google staff meeting. Being a partisan Democrat is just assumed at Google. pic.twitter.com/wwp4wiV50D — Ezra Levant 🍁 (@ezralevant) September 12, 2018 A video recorded by Google shortly after the 2016 presidential election […]

Privacy | 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidates

What do the Democratic Candidates Believe About Warrantless Domestic Surveillance / Privacy? Y= Supports DSWW   N=does not support DSWW   R=Seeks to reduce   Hillary Clinton: R Hillary’s Evasive Views on the NSA Hillary Clinton is almost certain to launch a bid for the presidency. But at least for now, she’s determined to keep the public guessing about […]

Real ID | 2016 Democratic Presidential Candidates

What do the Democratic Candidates Believe About Real ID / E-Verify? Y= for N= against   Hillary Clinton: RI=Y / EV=? Hillary Clinton Pledges to ‘Fight for Comprehensive Immigration Reform’, Expand Executive Amnesty “I will fight for comprehensive immigration reform and a path to citizenship for you and for your families across our country,” she said. […]

Privacy | 2016 Republican Presidential Candidates

What do the Republican Candidates Believe About Warrantless Domestic Surveillance / Privacy? Y= Supports DSWW   N=does not support DSWW   R=reduce   Ben Carson: N Carson on Wednesday also weighed in on the debate in Congress over whether to reauthorize the Patriot Act, calling the National Security Agency’s (NSA) bulk collection of metadata with U.S. phone calls a violation […]

Real ID | 2016 Republican Presidential Candidates

What do the Republican Candidates Believe About Real ID / E-Verify? Y= for  N= against   Ben Carson: RI=? / EV= Y* In July 2014, Dr. Carson didn’t mention *E-Verify by name, but he did say that employers should face harsh punishments for hiring illegal aliens: “You have to reduce the incentive for people to […]

The Paris attacks have shifted the momentum in the privacy-surveillance debate

The job of the United States’ intelligence agencies is, at its simplest, to know everything about any potential threat to or opponent of the country. It is to know what the premier of China said to his assistant right before dinner and to know where two Islamic State terrorists are headed in their car. It’s […]

Judge Deals a Blow to N.S.A. Data Collection Program

WASHINGTON — A federal judge on Monday partly blocked the National Security Agency’s program that systematically collects Americans’ domestic phone records in bulk just weeks before the agency was scheduled to shut it down and replace it. The judge said the program was most likely unconstitutional.   In a separate case challenging the program, a […]

Christopher Soghoian: Government surveillance — this is just the beginning | TED Talk

Christopher Soghoian: Government surveillance Privacy researcher Christopher Soghoian sees the landscape of government surveillance shifting beneath our feet, as an industry grows to support monitoring programs. Through private companies, he says, governments are buying technology with the capacity to break into computers, steal documents and monitor activity — without detection. This TED Fellow gives an […]

Windows 10 spies on emails, images, credit cards, more

Americans are still waiting for a resolution to the controversy that erupted when it was discovered that the National Security Agency was spying on everyone’s telephones – lawsuits still are pending and Congress is working on making changes to the law.   Now they’re learning that while the NSA was collecting telephone data, the newest […]