Prism Archive

NSA Continues To Destroy Evidence Despite Orders To Stop

U.S. District Court Judge Jeffrey White recently ordered the government to stop destroying National Security Agency (NSA) surveillance records and memos which could potentially be used to challenge the legality of its spying programs in court. The ruling fell in the favor of the Electronic

Your Online Pictures Will Be Used To Identify You On CCTV

Despite the growing criticism worldwide for the privacy violations of the NSA, the National Security Agency continues to harvest millions of images of people from the web. These images come from the communications that the NSA intercepts through its global surveillance operation, which comes

NSA Uses Fake Facebook To Spread Malware

As our privacy continues to be invaded by the out-of-control NSA, more details continue to surface about their questionable actions. Released by Edward Snowden, a new report reveals that the agency has repeatedly posed as Facebook in order to install malware capable of spying on

Government Corruption: The Habit Of Denying And Covering Up

The United States government has had its fair share of bad press over the years, they aren’t new to being accused of corruption, having committed outrageously unjust acts against innocent and most often peaceful individuals, take Waco, Ruby Ridge, Philadelphia, Kent State, and the

Hooked On Spying: More Damning NSA Revelations

It seems that government officials can’t begin to justify one public relations disaster before falling head first into the next one. In the latest batch of damning revelations from the U.S. National Security Agency’s (NSA) spy program, PRISM,  it certainly seems as though things

NDAA Passed While Media Preoccupied With Robertson Controversy

Many people have been in a frenzy over the controversy of a certain popular reality show, but while this was going on, last Thursday, the US Senate passed the NDAA, National Defense Authorization Act.  The vote passed 84-15, with all of the nay votes

A Weak Attempt At True Reform: USA FREEDOM ACT

Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, Sen. Patrick Leahy, along with Congressman John Conyers, Jr., and Rep. Justin Amash have introduced a successor bill to the Amash-Conyers Amendment, titled the USA Freedom Act [H.R. 3361], which will stop unconstitutional privacy violations by curbing the ongoing mass surveillance

Italy Demands Truth Over NSA Spying

Italian Interior Minister and Deputy Premier Angelino Alfano on Wednesday told journalists that Italian citizens need to know the truth about the extent of the alleged spying activities conducted by the US National Security Administration (NSA). A new report recently revealed that the communications

Brazilian Government Tries To Elude NSA

In an effort to reduce the amount of information available to foreign spies, Brazil's government is improving its communications security.

Microsoft and Google To Sue U.S. Federal Government

Tech companies (incl Google + Microsoft) are suing the federal government in defense of their right to tell their customers what data the government wants.