Tag Archives: NSA

Trump Inherits the Surveillance State

Resisting the damage of the Trump Administration will be made very difficult.

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Japan-U.S: The WikiLeaks Blow Beyond TPP

U.S. spying endangers expanded security engagements and trade with Japan.

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When America Simply Shrugs

Despite a plethora of quite fixable problems, Americans seem increasingly inclined just to look the other way.

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Heartbleed: National Insecurity Agency

When did spying itself, instead of security, become the NSA’s mission?

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Anatol Zukerman on the United States

Why “Responsible Art” is important: United States of America

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Obama’s Dangerous Road to Data Privatization

A tool to track “illegal aliens” potentially to track everyone else?

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Goodnight Moon. Goodnight NSA.

What can jolt Americans into seeing that security comes only through transparent civic institutions?

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“F*** the EU:” How Victoria Nuland Stirs the Pot in Ukraine

What really caused the U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Europe to speak her mind so clearly?

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U.S.-Brazil: The Battle Over Cotton Subsidies

Can Brazil retaliate and still win the match?

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High Time to Act Against Information Catastrophe: Time to Strengthen Cyber Security

We need stronger cyber security to protect against massive consumer data breaches.

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