Privacy Matters

Leaks and the Tsarnaev trial: blind justice?

FBI headquarters.

New policy on FBI recordngs likely won't affect Muslims and dissidents

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Fusion center in California refuses to accept public records request, slams door in activists' faces

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NSA records hundreds of millions of phone calls and can rewind to listen on a "hunch"

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We need to know why DHS is an NSA intelligence "customer", and what that means

We've heard it a million times: the government failed to "connect the dots" after 9/11. While this is a very simplistic (and arguably false) summation of the main intelligence failures that led to the attacks, it has nonetheless largely shaped US intelligence and law enforcement policy in the ensuing decade plus.

Pay attention to the FBI: "PRISM is a team sport"

Ever since Edward Snowden blew the whistle on dragnet surveillance, national media attention has largely focused on the National Security Agency. It makes sense. The NSA is shadowy, enormous, and incredibly powerful. The technological capabilities at NSA far outshine those at other government agencies. But the FBI has more of an impact on the day to day lives of people throughout the United States, and can lock up people in prison.

Collect it all: Greenwald on the NSA

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