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HUGE WASHINGTON POST EXPOSE: NSA HAS GOTTEN SO BIG, AREA AROUND IT HAS 112 ACRES OF PARKING SPACES

In yet another terrifying expose, The Washington Post continues to lift the veil on just how massive the US government’s spying operation has become. Dana Priest — whose Pulitzer prize winning journalism exposed the existence of  U.S. secret prisons abroad, continues in today’s story to show just how much money…

Report: NSA creating spy system to monitor domestic infrastructure

Internal Raytheon email calls system ‘Big Brother’ The National Security Agency has begun work on an “expansive” spy system that will monitor critical infrastructure inside the United States for cyber-attacks, in a move that detractors say could end up violating privacy rights and expanding the NSA’s domestic spying abilities. The…

Top US cyberwarrior: ‘Remote sabotage’ a real and pressing concern

The top US cyberwarrior said Thursday that Pentagon networks are probed over six million times a day and expressed concern about a rise in “remote sabotage” attacks on computer systems. General Keith Alexander, head of the newly created US Cyber Command, also said developing a real-time picture of threats to…

Obama’s Justice Department indicts NSA whistleblower

A former senior National Security Agency official is facing a slew of charges over the leaking of classified information about the super secret intelligence agency to a newspaper reporter. Thomas Drake, 52, of Glenwood, Maryland, was charged in a 10-count indictment handed down by a federal grand jury in Maryland,…

Google, NSA ‘alliance’ has privacy advocate alarmed

In the wake of Chinese-based cyber attacks against Google’s corporate infrastructure, search giant Google turned to the U.S. National Security Agency to help it combat security threats, according to a published report. It’s a move that has privacy advocates itching for more information on the cooperation between the world’s largest…

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