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Apple’s one trillion dollar lawsuit plus Edward Snowden’s back

Apple is facing nine lawsuits for slowing down older iPhones with one women suing for nearly a trillion dollars while NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has created a new app to stop surveillance on Android phones.

UPDATED: After secret code found and NSA hack, can Kaspersky regain trust?

Can Kaspersky ever regain anyone's trust after downloading #NSA hacking tools and ties to Kremlin.

Blowing off Whistleblowers

The NSA has records—they have copies of emails right now to their Office of General Counsel, to their oversight and compliance folks from me raising concerns about the NSA's interpretations of its legal authorities.

Edward Snowden far from coming home

Edward Snowden is feeling bored in Russia. He’s busying himself on Twitter debunking US government statements on national security. The latest of which is footage of an encrypted email message included in an ISIS follow-up video regarding the November 2015 Paris attacks.

The Government Finds You Interesting – Microsoft Will Report Them Now

We’ve heard it for years. Big Brother’s been watching since 1984. For many, it sounds fascinating but at the same time uncomfortable. It’s science fiction. It couldn’t possibly be you since you pay your taxes and stop at the red light even though no one’s around for miles.

What the NSA Should Have Been

The National Security Administration shouldn’t have been the massive data-collecting snoop it is today. It’s supposed to be a well-oiled agency actively scanning communications of perceived external threats; and not passively and indiscriminately collecting data from the citizenry

Hero’s Welcome or Handcuffs? What Will Happen When Snowden Returns?

According to Sir Oscar Wilde, “Patriotism is the virtue of the vicious.” I only learned that quote when Sean Connery said it in The Rock. Which is true, that men would do what it takes to defend his homeland and maintain security and that may sometimes include some despicable things such as killing and considering the very citizens of the homeland as potential threats, by spying on them.

Jonathan Pollard & Edward Snowden: How the US Hates Tattletales

"The Rock," is one of my favorite movies. Definitely has a high re-watch value, up there with "Con-Air," "Face-Off" and "Die Hard" 1, 2 and 4. If I chance upon it on cable, the volume goes up and the remote goes down.

Edward Snowden, Who Says You Can’t Go Home Again?

Thanks to former NSA contractor turned whistleblower Edward Snowden, the threat of an Orwellian society in the United States has diminished. The National Security Administration’s mass surveillance of the country’s own citizens has been uncovered. But at what cost?

U.S. vs Hackers

Knowing is half the battle. No, it’s not a public safety advice from a Saturday morning cartoon. It’s a very important adage to remember when facing challenges, battles and war.

NSA Bug for Android: Available on Google Play

You just purchased a brand new swanking Android smart phone with Google Play, congratulations! Unless you’re a model citizen with nothing to hide, you might want to think twice before downloading anything from Google’s app store.

NSA Phone Records Collection On Hold For Now

The federal government's bulk collection of phone records via the National Security Agency (NSA) may have been blocked in the House, don't expect this to suddenly stop.

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