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Federal Court To Review Controversial FBI Mosque Surveillance

Federal Court To Review Controversial FBI Mosque Surveillance
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European Parliament Approves Anti-Surveillance System To Fight Illegal NSA Spying

European Parliament Approves Anti-Surveillance System To Fight Illegal NSA Spying
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Is The NSA Out Of Control? Even The CIA Is Worried About The Agency's Rampant Domestic Spying

Sensitive documents hacked from current CIA director John Brennan’s personal email account have been posted by WikiLeaks, revealing his concerns over U.S. sur...

China’s Use Of Surveillance Cameras Prompts Concerns For Spying On US

The Chinese capital of Beijing has been completely covered by surveillance cameras to watch over the city during the Chinese National Day holidays, which run fr...

Prison Officials Spying On US Citizens’ Phones

Prison systems are using new surveillance systems to record phone calls and texts that come from within prisons and the areas around prisons. Officials are n...

Over 50 Members Of The Secret Service Waged A War Against A Congressman Investigating The Agency

A Homeland Security Department report has revealed that U.S. Secret Service agents set out on a course of retaliatory intimidation against a congressman who was...

Robot Bee That Can Fly And Swim Set To Take Over Surveillance World

Harvard has finally completed developing a robot bee that’s the size of an ordinary bee but comes with a whole lot more features. Harvard has been developing ...

China Is Building A Secret Facebook Of Every Single U.S. Government Employee

After a massive Chinese security breach that rendered the details of over 21.5 million Americans compromised, Beijing is now compiling a “Facebook” of U.S. ...

Human Rights Watch Sues Spy Agencies To See Just What Data They Collect

Civil rights group Human Rights Watch (HRW) has announced it is taking U.S and UK spying organizations to court to find out just how much they work together sha...

Creepy Scottish Police Tactic Sees Club-Goers Randomly Swabbed For Traces Of Drugs

Police in Aberdeen, Scotland, have given the world a taste of a grim and highly invasive future after implementing a new drug control policy on club-going youth...

Rise Of 'Predictive Policing' Raises Fears Of Computer Generated Discrimination

In the 2002 blockbuster, Minority Report, the character played by Tom Cruise is a police officer who arrests people for the crimes they are about the commit rat...

New Legislation Proposed To Curb The Use Of Fake Cell Phone Towers By Law Enforcement

U.S. officials have introduced new legislation aimed at clamping down on law enforcement agencies use of cell-site simulator technology that tracks criminals an...

Trump's Border Fence Idea Looks Dated Compared To High Tech Arizona 'Virtual Fence'

The plans for a virtual fence along the southern U.S. border have been revived by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in recent weeks, after cancellation ...

North Dakota Now Allows Drones To Record Video Of The Entire State And Fire 'Non Lethal' Weapons At Citizens

North Dakota has passed legislation that allows drones to be equipped with non-lethal weapons in a convoluted bill that was originally intended to require warra...

JFK Airport Now Records Every Single Smartphone That Passes Through Its Terminal

Despite numerous advancements in technology and a whole research field emerging in 'queuing theory', airport security lines never seem to get shorter. Yet thank...