Tag Archive for access

CIA Cuts Off Public Access to Its Translated News Reports

From Secrecy News January 8, 2014 

Beginning in 1974, the U.S. intelligence community provided the public with a broad selection of foreign news reports, updated daily.  These were collected and translated by the Central Intelligence Agency’s Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS), which was reconstituted in 2004 as the Open Source Center (OSC).

But the CIA has now terminated public access to those news reports, as of December 31.  The Open Source Center cut off its feed to the National Technical Information Service’s World News Connection, which was the conduit for public access to these materials (through paid subscriptions). . . . Read Complete Report

The DEA is Paying AT&T for Access to Decades of Phone Records – Report – 9/2/13 (Video Report)

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From youtube uploaded by MichaelSavage4Prez

Published on Sep 2, 2013

9/2/13 – In addition to the new revelations over the National Security Agency listening to the communications of the Brazilian and Mexican presidents, there is now a New York Times report that a program called the Hemisphere Project, run by the Drug Enforcement Administration, involves the U.S. government paying AT&T for access to phone records going all the way back to 1987. . . . From Description uploaded with video.

Florida: Snitch on your neighbor ~29% believe Armed Rebellion coming ~ IRS wants access to more info on every taxpayer (Video Report)

From youtube uploaded by TheAlexJonesChannel

Published on May 3, 2013

[The IRS] will use in robo-audits and data mining [and] it has told government and industry groups that its computers are capable of scanning multiple networks at the same time to collect “matching” comprehensive profiles for every taxpayer in America. . . . Start of description posted W/Video.

DEA pushes for warrantless access to your medical records (Video Report)

from youtube uploaded by RTAmerica

Published on Jan 30, 2013

In the state of Oregon, the Drug Enforcement Administration is attempting to gain access to millions of private prescription records without a warrant. According to reports, the step is taken to crackdown on the abuse of prescription pills, but the American Civil Liberties Union is saying not so fast. The ACLU claims that the DEA’s move is a violation of patient’s fourth amendment rights. Mike Riggs, associate editor for Reason Magazine, chimes in on the issue.