White House: NSA Analysts Monitor ‘Very Small Percentage’ of Internet Traffic - the Hill’s Hillicon Valley
Jay Carney defended NSA’s programs, saying they “examine only a very small percentage” of theworld’s Internet traffic.
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Liu’s message may be heresy to communists, but it finds an eager audience among the Chinese leadership.
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Academic advances suggest that the encryption systems that secure online communications could be undermined in just a few years.
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This connection was frequently made because of reservists (who were already users of these new tools) called up to serve in Iraq
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This is a transcript from a speech given on Tuesday, July 23, at the Center for American Progress in Washington.
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What happens when the technology of espionage outstrips the law’s ability to protect ordinary citizens from it?
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No one, it can be argued, knows more about the history of the National Security Agency than James Bamford.
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f you think Bridge is a clearinghouse for research in the world of Democratic super PACs now, just wait until 2016.
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“When we collect in bulk all of these records of Americans’ phone calls, we’re not necessarily being any more effective”
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It’s an odd turn, considering that Pelosi has been, on many occasions, a vocal surveillance critic.
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All this is disturbingly similar to the situation in the late 19th century when Germany, recently united (in 1870)
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How new sniper tech fits in and why who has it matters.
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Strategists in both parties say Obama’s team might have blunted it,
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Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) - [he called Greenwald] “to rebut “constant misleading information” from the intelligence community.”
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