The Irony and the Hypocrisy, the U.S. Department of Defense Is Using Blackberry for Its Privacy

January 27th, 2014
via chycho The major selling point for BlackBerry has always been its security and privacy - the way it encrypted communication across its network was the only game in town - that is, until 2010, when governments threatened to “block encrypted… more »

America: Afraid of Shadows in the Dark While Ignoring the Elephants in the Room

December 7th, 2013
via chycho What baffles the mind about the United States of America is that many of its citizens have been conditioned to fear shadows in the dark while ignoring the elephants in the room. I. Homelessness and Bankruptcies For example, in the last few… more »

How to Protect Ourselves on Social Networks and from Data Collection Systems of Governments and Corporations

October 21st, 2013
via chycho I. What’s Going On Online, we are both a product for corporations and a person of interest to governments (2, 3). Corporations are taking advantage of these times by changing their privacy policies so that they can track us, use us, and sell… more »

An example of how the surveillance state is hurting the U.S. economy: Ladar Levison confirms that he will be forced to move his business overseas

October 8th, 2013
via chycho In a sign of things to come for the U.S. tech industry, Ladar Levison, the owner of Lavabit, the secure private encrypted email provider that shut down after 10 years of operation (2, 3) because he decided not to abide by the demands made by… more »

The Surveillance State Killed BlackBerry, and the Same Fate Awaits Other Tech Giants

September 22nd, 2013
via chycho Being from Canada, interested in technology and the markets, and a privacy advocate, BlackBerry, formerly known as Research In Motion (RIM), has been on my radar for a number of years, so I would like to add my two cents regarding its demise… more »

Why the U.S. Government has such a hard-on for Edward Snowden

July 11th, 2013
by chycho It’s not the act of revealing secrets that has gotten Edward Snowden in trouble, after all, members of the Bush Administration did exactly that in the Plame affair as did members of the Obama Administration by leaking the drone memo. Leaking… more »

Edward Snowden on the Move, History in the Making

June 27th, 2013
by Nozomi Hayase After the largest leak in NSA history, the unprecedented scale of the PRISM global spying program sparked a global controversy. Whistle-blower Edward Snowden, responsible for the release has been at the eye of the storm of international… more »

Imperialism and Democracy: White House or Liberty Square?

October 24th, 2011
James Petras Introduction: The relation between imperialism and democracy has been debated and discussed over 2500 years, from fifth century Athens to Liberty Park in Manhattan. Contemporary critics of imperialism (and capitalism) claim to find a… more »

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