Posts Tagged ‘spying’

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US Agencies Sued Over Secretive Use of Facial Recognition and Other ‘Dystopian Surveillance Technology’

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Is The Intercept An Intelligence Operation? An Ongoing Inquiry

 

Did Omidyar set up The Intercept on behalf of U.S. intelligence, in order to entrap, expose and prosecute whistleblowers? It’s curious: Greenwald was Omidyar’s first hire and he had pretty much exclusive access to Edward Snowden’s NSA treasure trove. When I worked at TI, the Snowden archive was locked in a safe. Omidyar and Greenwald long promised they would make it all available to the public but they never did, and last week, amid staff cuts that will inevitably lead to Omidyar killing the publication, TI announced that the Snowden archive will be sealed off from the public for an undetermined amount of time. So it looks like the most explosive leak in U.S. intelligence history will end up being buried by Omidyar and Greenwald.

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Pierre Omidyar: A Billionaire Prone to Reclusiveness and his Trove of State Surveillance Secrets

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DOJ demands Facebook information from ‘anti-administration activists’

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These are the enemies of truth, justice, and humanity. Now Facebook is also partnering with these lying scum. Their McCarthy offensive against dissenters is a clear and present danger to freedom of speech and of the press in America.

SUE THE BASTARDS INTO OBLIVION

Propornot 2 – Setting Up the Atlantic Council for Lawsuits

 

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Facebook Data Harvesting

Posted: March 20, 2018 in -
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Hundreds of millions of Facebook users are likely to have had their private information harvested by companies that exploited the same terms as the firm that collected data and passed it on to Cambridge Analytica, according to a new whistleblower.

“My concerns were that all of the data that left Facebook servers to developers could not be monitored by Facebook, so we had no idea what developers were doing with the data,” he said.

‘Utterly horrifying’: ex-Facebook insider says covert data harvesting was routine