Tag Archives: surveillance

Heartbleed: National Insecurity Agency

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

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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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Yes We Can: The NSA and Obama

Why is President Obama so permissive with regard to excesses of the U.S. intelligence apparatus?

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Liberty Vs. Safety: A False Choice

Why respecting rights and operating accountably makes security agencies more effective.

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Beyond NSA Spying: The Transatlantic Culture Gap

The Guardian op-ed by Stephan Richter and Jan Philipp Albrecht: What can be done to deter U.S. spying in Europe?

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The Double-Faced Digital Revolution

Until now we, as simple “users,” have given little thought to where this profound technical change will lead us.

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NSA on Steroids: Georgia Republic’s Mass Surveillance

The Republic of Georgia offers an object lesson on the dangers of an out-of-control security apparatus.

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Shadows of Snowden Over the Atlantic Alliance

Beyond betrayal of trust, what about the NSA scandal worries Europe most?

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The Snowden Case: About More Than Leaking

Wherever one stands on the Snowden issue, it is high time to reassess the United States’ level of civic participation.

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