Vigilance is taking its toll on privacy

Security tramples Privacy


007 in real life

Britain’s Most Censored Stories (Military) By TruePublica: In this article, we have attempted to identify the most censored stories of modern times in Britain. We have asked the opinions of one of the most famous and celebrated journalists and documentary film-makers of our time, a high-profile former Mi5 intelligence officer, a veteran journalist of the Iraq […]

via Britain’s Most Censored Stories (Military) — Uprootedpalestinians’s Blog

Are males the template for executive positions

Haspel was investigated for her role in heading a prison where waterboarding took place, and obeyed an order to destroy video evidence of the interrogation. The Justice Department ultimately filed no charges in the case. Source: Five Fast Facts About Trump’s New CIA Director | Zero Hedge

via Five Fast Facts About Trump’s New CIA Director | Zero Hedge — PG.Chrys’ No Agenda Linkblog

The convenience Of Social Media and its uses

By Nicholas West | Activist Post Amid the ongoing Facebook/Cambridge Analytica debacle over their general surveillance and misuse of users’ private data, there is an emerging trend that is infinitely more disturbing. The first story popped up in the UK yesterday where police admitted to using a photo sent through WhatsApp to cull fingerprints for […]

via Social Media Now Being Used by Police and Intelligence Agencies to Collect Biometrics — A Sweet Dose of Reality