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…In Obama’s “Widespread” Illegal Searches Of American Citizens by Tyler Durden   May 24, 201 A newly released court order from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISA) found that the National Security Agency, under former President Obama, routinely violated American privacy protections while scouring through overseas intercepts and failed to disclose the extent of the problems […]

“Patriot One Technologies, Inc. is about to kick off an experiment of its new detection system,” Concealed Nation reports. “They’ve partnered with Westgate Las Vegas Resort & Casino to implement the system in public for the first time.” “Detection system”? “[T]he system uses ‘Cognitive Microwave Radar’ to detect any unwanted items, and ‘related hardware can […]

“Former NSA Director Michael Hayden says that changes to the 2nd Amendment may be more effective from a counterterrorism standpoint, than more intrusive surveillance,” The Wall Street Journal noted in its description of a video interview with Assistant Managing Editor and Executive Business Editor John Bussey at its Future of Cybersecurity breakfast in New York. […]

Editor’s Note: Can the Fourth Amendment survive in the world of electronic gadgetry?  The good folks over at the Electronic Freedom Foundation do never-ending good work to protect privacy in the frightening world of government-sponsored surveillance. I believe that many of our readers will want to know about the petition at bottom of this page. […]

– Fox News, with help from the Associated Press, has just announced (Tuesday, March 01, 2016) that a New York Judge has ruled for Apple in a non-related drug case in New York. Bear in mind as you read this that two different activities are involved and the article may be tricky to read at […]