Trump Must Inquire Today About CIA/NSA Criminality “Harvesting” Confidential Information Of Judges And Prominent Citizens In Violation Of The 4th Amendment. Freedom Watch client whistleblower Dennis Montgomery has come forward to the FBI with this information under a grant of immunity.
Is your TV spying on you? For millions of viewers, the answer is YES!
Source: Newstarget By: Jayson Veley Date: February 09, 2017
In 1949, author George Orwell published the now famous novel “1984,” in which he wrote about a “Big Brother” government that severely infringed on the rights and the privacy of the people. Today, with technology becoming more and more advanced and the federal government becoming increasingly intrusive, what was once just science fiction in a storybook is quickly becoming reality. . . . Complete report
The domestic spying programs of the government are pretty well known by now – wiretapping, intercepting phone calls, data tracking. But there are some other spying operations happening that you probably aren’t aware of.
Utah lawmakers are considering a bill that would severely hinder the National Security Agency’s ability to work at its massive data center in the Beehive State. The legislation directs municipalities like Bluffdale, where the NSA’s building is located, to “refuse support to any federal agency which collects electronic data within this state.” RT’s Lindsay France takes a closer look at the bill and how it would affect the secretive spy agency.
The controversy around the NSA spying program is continuing to grow as new documents are coming to light. When NSA director, General Keith Alexander spoke before a security conference in Las Vegas, he faced hostility from the crowd
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I love the names the controllers come up with for new unneeded agencies. And, don’t worry about these guys having all your credit card info . . . after all they get their funding directly from the trusty Federal Reserve. . . EDITOR
A US District Court judge ruled that the National Security Agency’s spy program is likely unconstitutional and that the plaintiffs have standing to challenge the NSA on Monday . . . From description published with video.