Oliver Stone on NSA Spying

Published on 10 Jul 2013
Some have claimed that Americans don’t care about the revelations that the NSA is conducting massive surveillance on our private communications. But Oliver Stone isn’t buying it.

In a video produced with the ACLU, Director Oliver Stone shares some of his reflections on the NSA spying program and the disastrous legacy of unchecked government abuse of power. All Americans should stand up for our civil liberties at this critical moment in history, he says– by asking our representatives in Congress to roll back the surveillance state.

Latest interview from film festival in Karlovy Vary – Czech Republic.

Thanks acluvideos and XKORAL for the video

Stop Watching Us

The revelations about the National Security Agency’s surveillance apparatus, if true, represent a stunning abuse of our basic rights. We demand the U.S. Congress reveal the full extent of the NSA’s spying programs.

letter to US Congress

Published on 5 Jul 2013
Huge crowds have rallied across the US and abroad against the NSA’s massive global surveillance programme. The ‘Restore the Fourth’ movement initially emerged on social networks and has quickly gained support with its calls to respect the fourth amendment of the Bill of Rights – that protects citizens against illegal searches and seizures.

in New York

in Washington

Thanks RussiaToday and MOXNEWSd0tC0M for the video

Secret Courts In The UK

The Real Reason Behind The “Secret Courts” In The UK

Published on 26 May 2013
A secret court in the UK has put some people behind bars just for trying to take care of their own relatives. One woman whose father was pronounced ‘mentally ill’ was locked away. But since the hearings are behind closed doors, it’s hard to know why.

Thanks Slipknot P Harrington and RussiaTodayfor the video

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden

The NSA, FBI and CIA have, with the new digital technology, surveillance powers over our own citizens that the Stasi – the secret police in the former “democratic republic” of East Germany – could scarcely have dreamed of. Snowden reveals that the so-called intelligence community has become the United Stasi of America.

The individual responsible for one of the most significant leaks in US political history is Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old former technical assistant for the CIA and current employee of the defence contractor Booz Allen Hamilton. Snowden has been working at the National Security Agency for the last four years as an employee of various outside contractors, including Booz Allen and Dell.

Thanks theta00 for the video

Drones Shot Down Over Texas

Following columnist Charles Krauthammer’s observation that the first person to shoot down a surveillance drone on U.S. soil will be a “folk hero,” gun enthusiasts in Texas have done precisely that as a protest against the use of spy drones on the American people.

Using consumer drones as target practice, Alex Jones and the Steiner brothers tested out the best way to bring down the drones on the 10,000 acre Steiner ranch as part of filming for Brothers in Arms, a new show which focuses on firearms and the second amendment.

With spy drones now commercially available for less than $1,000 dollars that are barely any different from the ones being used by police departments to spy on the public, Jones and the Steiners made short work of the devices during filming.

This was an exercise in pushing the message that the use of surveillance drones in U.S. skies must be politically shot down because it represents a complete violation of the 4th amendment right to privacy.

Thanks TheAlexJonesChannel for the video

WikiLeaks on phone & email tracking, Carrier IQ & the others

The video mix is made from Wikileaks press conference on December 1, TV news, carrier IQ, Facebook spying, etc.

Since one decade ago we all facing more and more sophisticated and massive surveillance and spying by software companies and their alleged use by governments around the world. The website Wikileaks releasing sensational information on the multi billion dollar global spying industry. Carrier IQ is spyware been put to many mobile phones without yours as customer knowledge.

Is any chance to be free?

My dear google spy diary…

A new report from Google shows a rise in government requests for user account data. Not only customers data but also requests for content removal, including a request by one unnamed law enforcement agency to remove YouTube videos of police brutality.

The latest Google Transparency Report also shows historic traffic patterns on Google services via graphs indicating outages that indicate attempts by governments to block access to Google or the Internet. For example, all Google servers were inaccessible in Libya during the first six months of this year, as was YouTube in China.

google is watching you

Some countries had large amounts of user data requests. The leader of “top ten” United States with 5,950 such requests pertaining to more than 11,000 users or accounts, and to which Google complied 93 percent of the time. That’s up from about 4,600 requests in the second half of last year. Other countries seeking lots of user data – India with more than 1,700 requests involving more than 2,400 accounts. Next France, the UK and Germany…

More details in the full story on CNET magazine.