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Privacy Tools - Encryption Against Global Mass Surveillance
You are being watched! Knowledge, encryption and privacy tools to protect you against global mass surveillance.
anonymity  edward  encryption  snowden  surveillance  tools  tor 
yesterday by smitchell
Erinnerungen eines Stasi-Auflösers: Als ich die NSA in Händen hielt - SPIEGEL ONLINE
In der Buchhandlung des Ministeriums (die gab es wirklich!) stopfe ich Hesse, Baldwin und Zweig unter meine Jacke
stasi  ddr  germany  snowden  nsa 
2 days ago by yorksranter
Arrest of Huawei Executive Intensifies Trade War Fears - The New York Times
couple of things: is Spalding nationalized 5G guy? also: The National Security Agency breached Huawei servers years ago in an effort to investigate its operations and its ties to Chinese security agencies and the military, and to create back doors so the National Security Agency could roam in networks around the globe wherever Huawei equipment was used.
nsa  huawei  snowden  5g  ovum  to_blog 
5 weeks ago by yorksranter
The Snowden Legacy, part one: What’s changed, really? | Ars Technica
In our two-part series, Ars looks at what Snowden's disclosures have wrought politically and institutionally.
Snowden  Überwachung 
7 weeks ago by longfried
Snowden Releases NSA Documents Showing Bitcoin Was "#1 Priority" - Bitcoin News
Edward Snowden has done it again. He's uncovered more NSA spying, but this time it hits home as the agency appears to have targeted bitcoiners.
nsa  bitcoin  tracking  leaks  snowden  crypto  terrorism  usa  blockchain  priorities  compare  data  privacy  shame  vpn 
10 weeks ago by orlin
Helm
It's time to own your email
Introducing the Helm Personal Server
email  server  personal  device  snowden  design 
11 weeks ago by gohai
These International Borders Have Become "No Rights Zones" | Zero Hedge
In January of this year, US Customs sent out new guidance about phone and laptop searches at the border.

It says they can search anyone’s electronic devices “with or without suspicion.”

It says passengers are “obligated” to turn over their devices as well as passcodes for examination. If you refuse agents can seize the device.

That is all considered a “basic search.” No suspicion needed.

To add insult to injury, the January guidance starts, “CBP will protect the rights of individuals against unreasonable search and seizure and ensure privacy protection while accomplishing its enforcement mission.”
cia  snowden  imperialism 
october 2018 by foliovision
Edward Snowden Reconsidered | by Tamsin Shaw | NYR Daily | The New York Review of Books
This summer, the fifth anniversary of Edward Snowden’s revelations about NSA surveillance passed quietly, adrift on a tide of news that now daily sweeps the ground from under our feet.
digital  media  edward  snowden  panopticon  privacy  security  surveillance  stream 
october 2018 by therourke

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